The inventors of the Pill decided women should still bleed every month
Stephanie Buck

Ridiculous. The measurement of hormones in various birth control pills, and a woman’s physiology, is why women may still have a small amount of “bleeding” each month. The positive of this is to know that the pill is working and that you are not pregnant.

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