I took the morning after pill and bled 5 days after, could I still be pregnant? Please help:/

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I took the morning after pill about 23 hours after my partner rubbed his cum on my ass, I'm scared that it could have ran down there. I bled after it and there were visible clumps of congealed blood, it was reasonably heavy and I had the cramps I usually have. I'm still scared I could be pregnant, is it possible, I took a test about 2-3 weeks after and it was negative. Am I just being paranoid? I've also been having little cramps but I think that could be the anxiety. I'm 14

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    From my experience just having to use the morning after pill causes a little bit of anxiety so its normal to be nervous. I also found the pill changed my period a bit, like changed the dates and length of it. Anyways it is very unlikley that you would get pregnant from it running down so i dont think you are pregnant. Remeber be safe next time condoms or consider going on birth control, doing that would be such a stress relief.
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    I have a similar problem. My last period begun on May 8., ended around May 13.-14. My cycle is approximately 28 days long. I had sex with my boyfriend on the 16th of May and the condom broke. We only noticed after he came inside me. I took the morning after pill (EllaOne) around 3-4 hours after that (for the first time in my life). Is there any possibility that I could be pregnant anyway (I was at least 5 day before ovulation when it happenned)? I'm freaking out... I know I should wait for the post-pill bleeding and that my next period could come up to a week earlier or later. How effective is the pill when taken on day 9 of the cycle? By how much will it delay ovulation?
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      Hi Maggie11739. I am in a similar situation as you. I wanted to know if you could tell me what happened afterwards? I hope to hear from you soon. 
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