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    irregular menstrual cycle
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    An_252310 posted:
    hmm actually im overweight. im 105 kgs and 20 yrs old. i was diagnosed of PCOS a year ago. my gyn suggested me to take diane-35 for 3 months. then my cycles became regular. after i stopped taking those pill , my periods are again irregular. and im still gaining weight. and my body hair and facial hair has increased. its been two months and i haven't got my periods yet

    i want to know:
    1. the consequences of not menstruating.(im not married)
    2. should i take birth control pill until i start menstruating regularly?
    3. what are the consequences i will face in the future after i get married?
    4. is it true that irregular menstrual cycle can lead to breast cancer?

    please can any experts reply to my posts..
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