Well if you think you are pregnant you should stop taking birth control and go have a blood test done. The Birth Control could cause birth defects or even a miscarriage. The tests could be coming up false because of the birth control... but the only way to find out is go to the doctors and get a blood test done.
If you're pregnant, then you won't get your period
if you have your period you are not pregnant
Your period shouldn't affect the test! There is really no point in doing a pregnancy test during a period. Usually, if you are having a period you are not pregnant. A pregnancy test senses the BHCG hormone so your period should not affect it.
Yes, you can fall pregnant after having the implant removed and no period, because once the Implant is removed...it looses it's effectiveness immediately, so therefore your fertility returns straight away. If you are concerned, wait roughly 4 weeks from removal, then test
You are not likely to get pregnant while you're on the birth control pill.
No, if you are having a monthly period you are probably not pregnant.
If you are pregnant you will not have any periods until after the child is born.
If you are having a period, you re not pregnant. You cannot be pregnant until after your last period.
No, because without your first period you have no eggs so there is no way to get pregnant but if you do have sex and have your period a few days later then there is a chance.
No, you cannot get pregnant on your period because there is no egg to fertilise. You can however get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation because in the right conditions sperm may life up to seven days, by which time you may ovulate. Always use birth control when having sex.
It isn't really possible to get pregnant while having a period.
Yes, it will be negative because if you are having a period you are not pregnant.