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If someone has absent periods and dosent stop spot bleeding for months is that her cycle?
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Dr. PAUL EUN
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: No
What you are describing is defintely not normal and must be evaluated.
It probably results from absence of regular ovulation which is causing this abnormal bleeding. It may be due to a condition called pcos. In this situation, prolonged exposure to estrogen can lead to precancerous condition involving the uterine lining. You should see your doctor.

In brief: No
What you are describing is defintely not normal and must be evaluated.
It probably results from absence of regular ovulation which is causing this abnormal bleeding. It may be due to a condition called pcos. In this situation, prolonged exposure to estrogen can lead to precancerous condition involving the uterine lining. You should see your doctor.
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