If you got pregnant during your period, nothing would happen to your current period - it would just go on as normal, but you would not get another period after that.
Yes you can get pregnant on your last day of your period and if the condom is on right and doesn't break or slide off it's most likely to get pregnant on your period.
No. You can get pregnant before, during and after your period.
You can get pregnant at any time. Including during your period.
No. Spotting can occur during pregnancy.
No. not normally, since the embryo's "bed" is the lining of the uterus. The lining of the uterus is what comes out during menstruation. BUT, abnormally, it can happen, but is very uncommon.
The best way to get a woman pregnant is right after her period. A woman is most fertile during this period. Her eggs are ready to be fertilized.
If u already been pregnant before ...that dont happen over night.
A woman cannot get pregnant on her period as there is no egg present to fertilise. A woman can however get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as in the right conditions sperm can survive for up to a week, by which time menstruation could have ended and she could have ovulated.
You can get pregnant at any time of the month. But right after your period you have a less chance of getting pregnant, and right before your period because the egg needs to be in the tubes to be fertilized so if its the day before your period its not in the tubes.
Yes, a woman can get pregnant directly after her period. Unless you want to get pregnant you should always use birth control.