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.)
you can not be pregnant at the same time you are having periods.
Yes there is a chance of getting pregnant without having periods
The pill does not stop you from having your period. Having lighter periods or skipping some are normal. But you should still have your period otherwise you may be pregnant.
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.
Rare but does happen to women..but if ur thinkin ur pregnant && having a period then you may not be pregnant
It depends. If you have gotten your period or have had intercourse, then yes. If not, then no.
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. Having a period means you aren't pregnant. If you were, the blood would wash it out. Most women get pregnant mid-way beween their periods.
No, periods light or heavy are a sign you are not pregnant.
It's really unlikely to get pregnant unless you're having periods.
Breasts usually get sore when you are pregnant and not when you are having your regular periods.