It's possible, though not likely. If the very first menstrual cycle is ovulatory, which isn't always the case, it may be possible to get pregnant a couple of weeks before menarche (the first period).
it is possible to be pregnant and have a period.
No, you can have cramps and spotting at the time for your first period after conception but not full menstrual flow.
Yes, before you get your period for the first time you ovulate so then you can get pregnant.
Is it normal to spot if your pregnant during what should have been your menstrual cycle
The first menstrual period is known as "menarche".
It could be possible depending on the time that you had sexual intercourse. Depending on if you had sex seemly close to the time of your menstrual cycle. The body may not have had time to lets say "understand" that it is pregnant so it would show in your next period.
It is possible, although not very likely. Women are unable to reproduce until they begin their menstrual cycle, which includes ovulation. Ovulation is when the egg cell is released from the ovaries and travels down the fallopian tubes into the uterus. It occurs about two weeks before the menstrual bleeding. If a woman were two weeks shy of having her first period, it is possible that she could become pregnant from unprotected sex.
Are you wondering if you can get pregnant without having had your first period? Well, yes you can. If you're having unprotected sex when your first menstrual cycle is starting, then you can get pregnant witout having had a period first. That'd be unsuitably early to start having sex, and terribly early to become pregnant.
Yes, but after the time for your first period after conception they are probably not uterine/menstrual cramps but from other causes.
it is common for women to still get their menstrual period their first trimester of pregnancy.
Not likely, but possible.