Depends. Why aren't you having periods?
A period is not necessary for pregnancy. Some women are "constantly" pregnant; that is they get pregnant after each birth before they have a period.
(Each period is the result of not getting pregnant.)
No. If you are having periods, you are not pregnant.
You can't get pregnant. The IUD does cause you to have periods.
Yes, if she is having periods then she can get pregnant. Only can she get pregnant by having sexual activity with someone.
As long as you're having periods you can get pregnant.
Yes, my sister got pregnant after she lost a baby do to a tubal ligation and she did have periods.
Yes, if you have your periods. A female can become pregnant as soon as she starts having her periods and is having intercourse. The youngest female to become pregnant was only five years old.
As long as you are having periods (even sporadic periods) you can get pregnant. Even though women are into menopause they can go several months to a year before having another period and still get pregnant.
If aren't having any periods you probably can't get pregnant. If you're having irregular periods you can get pregnant, but the chance is lower.
no they can if there still having periods
If she has started having periods and have sex then yes.
If you stop having your periods is the #1 given
It is uncommon, but possible.