Pregnancy with the IUD is unlikely, as is a period when pregnant. Taken together, it is very unusual to be pregnant with an IUD and still have your period.
Pregnancy on the IUD is unlikely. Getting pregnant during your period is also unlikely. Taken together -- it's possible to get pregnant during your period on the IUD, but it would be a huge shock.
Yes. The IUD is effective when it's in the right place, at the top of the uterus. If it comes partially or completely out of the uterus, you can get pregnant.
Yes, it is as safe to get pregnant after IUD removal as it is to get pregnant before IUD insertion.
You can't get pregnant. The IUD does cause you to have periods.
No, you can't have the IUD inserted if you're pregnant.
Yes, you can get pregnant with an old IUD in place.
You should not get pregnant under the given circumstances.
You might. It's easy to get pregnant after stopping the IUD.
There's no special "fast way" to get pregnant. Just have sex without using a condom.
It's the same as the procedure to remove the IUD when you're not pregnant.
It's no harder to get pregnant after the copper IUD is removed than it is before the copper IUD was put in.