Hi and thanks for this query.
I am so sorry to hear about this delayed menses and all the inconveniences this has caused you. I don't think it actually represents ectopic pregnancy
but we should do a simple urine pregnancy test to rule out any possible pregnancy. Generally, the pain of ectopic pregnancy is more severe and rarely occurs barely 2weeks after a possible pregnancy unless in a very rare to come by few. This should be more of your menses than any other thing.
Delayed menses are not so uncommon as many think. I will suggest at this point that you do the pregnancy test. If you are pregnant, then treat this as a matter of urgency. if you are not, please patiently wait and observe before rushing to seek any immediate medical attention.
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Dr. Ditah, MD.