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My question is if you are pregnant will you miss your peiord completly or will it just come late?
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If you have BECOME pregnent BEFORE your period is due, you will miss your period, though you may still see some light bleeding around that time that is implantation bleeding, rather than a period.

However: if you have had a pregnancy risk just before or during your period and become pregnant AFTER the period, you would miss the NEXT period. That isn't very common, but is possible in women with very short cycles.

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