I used the morning-after pill, could I be pregnant?

My menstruation came on the 15th in the month of October, I took the morning-after pill; in November it came 17, in the month of December came 16 and on December 25 I took again and the same day I started taking contraception on December 30 I took the pill the next day and making use of the contraceptive today is day 16 Jan is not menstrual is normal, can I be pregnant?
Expert answer:

Your menstruation will only come down when you stop using the contraceptive, if you are in doubt as to whether a pregnant woman needs to take blood, there is no way to tell if a woman is pregnant at the "kick", needs to have an examination, go to a gynecologist , stop using both the morning-after pill (can be harmful to your health).