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would it be healthy to not have a period on birth control?

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Dr. Snunit BEN - OZER
30 years experience Fertility Medicine
Sometimes: More common with the very low dose pills. Its ok as long as your doctor determines there is no abnormal hormones or other issue.
Answered on Jun 9, 2013

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