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Could i be pregnant after protected sex?

I’m a 22 year old female that is looking for some advice. The first day of my last period was the 8th December 2018, I had protected sex (condoms) on the 18th December 2018, I panicked for no reason and took Ellaone a couple days after, before ovulation. I then had protected sex (condoms) on the 1st January 2019. My period is now 10 days late. I have taken several pregnancy tests through this time and all have been negative. Is there a chance I could be pregnant, or could the Ellaone pill be messing with my cycle as it’s a big dose of hormones?

My cycles are always regular so it is strange to be late. I am stressing a lot over this situation and would love some advice. Thank you for all your help in advance.
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You used condoms, you have no other early signs of pregnancy, and you have negative tests. You can be pretty confident you are not pregnant.  A heavy dose of hormones often messes with the coming cycle, which is most likely in your case. Be patient and your cycle will restart in due course.
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