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Answered 2012-07-01 17:58:59

yes, if you miss a pill or two.

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If you don't bleed, you don't have a period. You can't have a period and not bleed.


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not usually but it depends on how deep the cut is


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yes, if you have just started your period. Its called spotting and is likely to happen in between periods.


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