Scanty Periods

Scanty periods, also known as light bleeding or short menstrual cycles, are defined as periods with very little blood loss or lasting only a few days. This can be caused by various factors including chronic illness, hemorrhage, irregular diet, overwork, hereditary weakness, emotional stress, cold, and the use of contraceptive pills. It is important to ask women about their menstrual bleeding in detail as most of them do not see scanty periods as a problem. Treatment for scanty periods often involves tonifying both the Liver and the Kidneys to replenish Blood deficiency.