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Is Pregnancy Possible Despite Taking Oral Contraceptive?

I had a split condom around ovulation and went 24 hours later to get the morning after pill. I did have what I thought was a small period as usual. However it was a few days late. I took a pregnacy test and it was negative however I was taking amphetamine to loose weight at the time and I lost weight. Now nearly 5wks have since my last ovulation and I feel my breast are swollen and a few insignificant symptoms have occurred. Tested again still using amphetamine and tweet says negative but I am not so sure. Could the amphetamine be interfering with the result, I am also on co codamol a.
Tue, 8 Sep 2020
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Hello,

Amphetamine would not be expected to interfere with a pregnancy test, and since you did have a period after this happened, I would expect that you are not pregnant, which the test confirms.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Aaron Branch, General & Family Physician
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Is Pregnancy Possible Despite Taking Oral Contraceptive?

Hello, Amphetamine would not be expected to interfere with a pregnancy test, and since you did have a period after this happened, I would expect that you are not pregnant, which the test confirms. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Aaron Branch, General & Family Physician