It's premenopausal and the chances of pregnancy are theoretical, nonetheless there are chances.
Irregular periods can be caused by many things. in order to find out you chances of pregnancy, you need to investigate the cause of the irregularity. it could be Polycycstic Ovary Syndrome, which can be treated quite easily.
If you had two normal periods , the chances of you getting pregnant are very little.
If you have started your periods and you are having regular unprotected sex the chances of getting pregnant are quite high.
Once you stop taking the birth control pills you are able to become pregnant.
A woman can still ovulate and have irregular periods.
no, not if you're truly pregnant.
Yes, you can
Usually when you're pregnant, you don't have periods at all - so they can't contribute to miscarriages. What irregular periods do most is make it a tad more difficult to figure out when to have sex to have the best chance of getting pregnant. The fix for that is fairly simple - have more sex.
because you have to have periods to ovulate, and with them being irregular, im sure it would be a lot more difficult.
It depends if the boy can ejaculate and the girl has started her started periods.
Take a pregnancy test.