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Does not getting a period due to taking hormones affect reproductive health?

Verified by Dr. Alyssa Dweck, MS, MD, FACOG
Our Answer
What our doctors say

The short answer is no, but there are some possibilities of it affecting reproductive health. Age is an example for declining fertility rates. The presence of certain hormones can also reduce a person's chances of getting pregnant. Any underlying issues like endometriosis, hormonal imbalances, or bleeding abnormalities may affect fertility, too. If you have fertility concerns, we recommend that you speak with a doctor. They will help you better understand your body, particularly when it comes to this issue!

For more information, check out our Gender Inclusivity Period Talk guide, made in partnership with Schuyler Bailar!

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