You can have a period throughout your whole pregnancy. So to answer your question, yes.
No. If you still have you period, you cant be pregnant.
There is always a chance of getting pregnant anytime of the month. Just because it is the day after your period does not mean you can't get pregnant, you can get pregnant on your period as well.
yes you can get pregnant i was on depo for 3 monthes and as soon as i missed my seconde shot i got pregnant and i still had an irregular period but still concieved
yes, you can actually have a normal period every month during your pregnancy
It depends on how ur body works. Everyone immune system doesn't opperate the same. For references, I have experiended becoming pregnant while my menstrual cylce was on. A relative of mine hasn't had her period within maybe like two years. And she's pregnant now. If you have never had a period in your life, you can still get pregnant if your first cycle is starting. For example if someone were going to get their period June 1st, they could have had unprotected sex in the middle of May and still gotten pregnant. But you can't get pregnant more than a month or so before your first period.
Typically if you get your period you are not pregnant.
No you can not. Since the egg has been fertilized it does not leave the body, therefore there is no period.
If you are pregnant you will not have your period
yes onces u get your first period u can get pregnant
In some cases when you are first pregnant you can still menstrate but I don't know how common that is.