Since you were on pills for 12 years, and came off it in December, you could have got withdrawal bleeding one month, and then post pill amenorrhea (loss of periods). This can persist for up to six months of stopping the pills. Meanwhile ovulation can return anytime or may return after your periods start.
Hence, if urine test was negative, in all probability it is post pill amenorrhea. You can take ovulation prediction tests to see if you are ovulating. If you are not ovulating, then you cannot become pregnant. However, if ovulation resumes before your periods do, then you can conceive before your periods start. Please consult your gynecologist for this. Take care!
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