I am on continuous hormonal pills so I don’t get a period. Where does the blood go? and is it dangerous not to have a period?

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Taking hormonal treatment continuously as prescribed by your health care provider is not dangerous. While some women have spotting while on continuous birth control pills, many women do not have any menstrual bleeding. The lining of the uterus doesn’t build up so there is no need for a monthly period.