While not having your period each month may seem like a blessing at times, there is a drawback. In addition to not being able to predict when you'll actually get it, the more times you experience a prolonged period of time (more then 60 days) without getting a period, the greater your risk for endometrial cancer becomes. However, there are many options available to regulate your cycle, and decrease your risk. Keep track of when you get your periods, including how long they last, and speak to your doctor about your concerns.
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