That's interesting and good to know.I can imagine that many of us cycle for years, but do you mean month after month with no breaks or any number of times, even a few, over X years?
The research is on the internet, but in truth, the numbers are still SO SO SO small, that I know it's rare. Still, the way studies are worded, when they say 2x the risk, you worry... then you see that it's like 0.3 vs 0.6, which is still tiny.
Where did you hear that it's the E2 and not the stims themselves? What levels are super risky do you think?
Also... why would someone who had a baby and BF have less of a risk? Pregnancy is only 9 months.
Let's hope this is truly nothing to worry about in the short and long term!