Yes, you could still be pregnant. Home tests are only 50% accurate in telling you whether you are or not when it comes out negative, but if it comes out positive then it is 99.9%, because there is a hormone your body produces only if you are pregnant called hCG but it can be very low at first in some women and a home test usually only picks up on it when it reaches 20+.
I would concentrate more on the period. Was it a normal period? If it was an abnormally short or light period, chances you're pregnant increase. If it was a normal period, than that combined with the negative results on a pregnancy test probably mean you're not pregnant, but if you're having symptoms, you should still be careful and healthy, because its rare but not unheard of to have your period while you're pregnant and get negative pregnancy tests while you're pregnant.
No i don't think so you could not be pregnant if you have your period
Yes, you could be. Take a pregnancy test. If the pregnancy test is negative and then your next period doesn't arrive or is abnormal, go and see the doctor
you could be pregnant, or sometimes your period just comes late because your body is changing.
Well it has never been reported that a pregnant woman still gets a period so i think not my dear!
Go to the doctor and get a test done there because they are more reliable
You might be pregnant but still be bleeding if so take a test or go for a blood test x
She should not be pregnant,nothing points to it.
You could be pregnant, but probably not. It is completely normal for a womans period to arrive late, or sometimes the period goes on holiday for an extra month. Many things can cause these things to happen, but when it comes to second or third period, and they don't arrive, that is more of a sign you are pregnant. If you want a definite answer, go get a blood pregnancy test done, that test is 100% accurate.
If an hCG test comes back positive, it means the person is pregnant. If it comes back negative, the person is probably not pregnant, but it could be a false-negative if testing was done too soon.