Yes, taking a test during your period will not alter the test results, however if you are having a normal period, chances are that you are not pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
Apparently, the chances of pregnancy are lower at the start of a woman's period and increase just after her periods. But there is no predictable time during the month when the risk of pregnancy is absent. So yes, it is possible to get pregnant during a period.
If you are having your period, you are not pregnant.
You can increase your chance of pregnancy, by having unprotected intercourse during your most fertile time. You can determine your fertile time, by performing a ovulation test 14 + days after your period ended.
Because you had protected sex there is no chance of pregnancy. Stress delayed your period.
Having your period won't lessen the chances of getting chlamydia.
If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.
Chances are, no, but anytime there is any contact with a guy's fluids, there is always a chance of pregnancy, even during your period. The chances are very rare, but can occur.
During pregnancy, the period stops.
ANSWERChances of getting pregnant during period are almost zero.
Your period shouldn't affect the test! There is really no point in doing a pregnancy test during a period. Usually, if you are having a period you are not pregnant. A pregnancy test senses the BHCG hormone so your period should not affect it.
Not having your period but spotting is int unusual during pregnancy.