Yes, You could get pregnant whether you have regular periods or not. But, If you have your period and you get pregnant it could lead to a miscarriage.
No, you only release an egg in between periods.
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.
not necessarily, irregular periods happen quite often, unless you have had unprotected sex. but a dramatic change in weight, or the amount you eat can also affect your period. Even stress can cause your period to be irregular or un-even.
The odds would be overwhelmingly against it.
Around 8 - 80 and then you stop
yes! a blood test can be taken and even with that sometimes there can be no sure way to prove your pregnant until the baby is moving
Especially in your first year of having periods, they can be very irregular. If you are sexually active, get a pregnancy test as you might be pregnant. And always if you're unsure, please see your nurse or doctor
Menstruation is not the only indicator of a womans ability to reproduce. There are numerous other factors that could cause infertility even though a woman has regular periods. so to answer your question. A woman can have periods and still not get pregnant.
Not necessarily. Periods are irregular, usually when you first start off but sometimes it happens even if you've had it for a while
well is usually late 40's 50's or even later, its when you have been though the 'change' when you stop having periods you no longer can get pregnant. :D