It's still possible to become pregnant exclusively breastfeeding. If you tested negative recently then you're probably not though. I know that for awhile your period can be irregular and strange while breastfeeding. To be safe you should see a doctor for a blood test. If it's negative, you should use some form of birth control such as condoms or something else safe for breastfeeding.
thankz to your reply....anyways im not experiencing vomitting/morning sickness.. should i consider this a sign of impossible pregnancy?
does pregnancy test accurate? i used my first urine in the morning
If you are not sure wait a week then test again with first morning urine. You can keep doing that for a few weeks and if it still comes up negative it is unlikely that you are pregnant. It is hard to detect early pregnancy if you are not sure when you ovulated. Some women don't ovulate at all while breastfeeding, some women ovulate sporadically and some ovulate normally. You typically ovulate ~ 14 days before your period and when you have intercourse around that time your chances of becoming pregnant increase. It sounds like you are getting a monthly period with light flow. That is OK. If you consider those your periods you actually didn't miss one this month. It may take some time to figure out what is normal for you. The best thing you can do if you are worried is get on a safe breastfeeding birthcontrol. I'm taking one that has a low dose of progesterone.
If the first morning urine is still coming up negative and you're worried and want to be really sure, get your HCG levels analysed.
I got my period five months post-partum (and I was exclusively breastfeeding too) and it would sometimes be heavy, sometimes light, sometimes come early, sometimes late, so it was rather irregular. Actually I am still BF and my daughter is 20 months, and I am late but I'm used to it now. So it is normal to have irregular cycles while breastfeeding.