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If not pregnant or: Breast feeding - none. Possible causes for galactorrhea include but are not limited to use of birth control pills, tricyclic antidepressants, antipsychotic meds, some sedatives, fennel, anise, fenugreek, some hypertension meds, cocaine, opioids, hypothyroidism, prolactinoma, renal dz, testosterone deficiency in men ; significant breast stimulation. ...Read more
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
Worry: Worry, regardless of the cause is rarely beneficial while awaiting a diagnosis. Given your symptoms, this consult is reasonable, and the specialist can help get to the root of the problem. Be patient, go to your appointment, and do not spend the time beforehand worrying about an unknown future. ...Read more
Had a d&c on aug 6 for m/c at 15 weeks pregnant. Is breast leakage normal? They started leaking during pregnancy but now i notice they still are help!
Can i be pregnant? I had my tubes tied 3 1/2 years ago. I am exhibiting several signs of being pregnant. I have swollen feet, breast leakage, nail and hair changes, nausea, facial acne (which i don't normally have), movement in my stomach daily, heartburn
Am i pregnant? I have been having signs of pregnancy including sore and full breasts milky leakage when i squeeze my breast tired moody headaches craving certain foods and coffee which i drink daily is making me nauseated. I had a blood pregnancy test it
Pregnant?: Why don't you get a pregnancy test? All these symptoms are likely due to pregnancy but better to confirm it. Once you know, there are several steps to be taken especially during first trimester, such as no alcohol, no smoking etc. And definitely see an obstetrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Strange Discharge: Strange breast discharge can be a very minor problem especially if from both breasts - but it is worth seeing MD since it can be a hormonal problem originating from a pituitary (brain) problem or female organs (pregnancy?). Typically nothing to worry about but worth and MD visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cystic changes: This usually represents fibrocystic changes/ cystic changes (old term: fibrocystic breast disease). You can look up some of my other posts on fibrocystic changes. This is benign and the most common cause of breast pain. If the discharge is red or brown, see your doctor. Please make sure you have had your yearly mammogram. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many possible reasons your breasts hurt and are sensitive. Your hormones could be out of whack, you could have pms, or you could be pregnant. If you know for sure you're not pregnant. It could also be too much caffeine or chocolate. Vaginal discharge can be cause by many things. You should have it checked, to make sure its not an infection. ...Read more
My right breast is smaller and flatter than the other, it produces discharge and is bumpy. Is that normal?
Asymmetry: Breast asymmetry is extremely common. Lumps or bumps in the breast could mean fibrocystic disease but best to have a doctor examine and see if you need a mammogram. Clear nipple discharge can happen from time to time. If a colored discharge ever happens see a doctor to rule out infection. Rarely women with a nipple discharge have elevated prolactin due to a pituitary tumor. See your doctor. ...Read more
I have a white milky discharge from my breasts after having unprotected sex a week ago what does this mean ?
Breast discharge: White discharge from the breasts is usually milk. Unless you are pregnant this would not be related to have sex one week ago. If you have been pregnant before the milk production can be normal. In some cases milk production is a sign of an elevated prolactin level. Blood testing can be done ...Read more
I am a male of 50years and of recent I noticed white thick discharge from my breast when pressed. What can be happening to me.
Breast discharge: Galactorrhea or milk production, is often caused by a high prolactin level or a testosterone deficiency. The thick white tissue debris comes out first. Because there is a 1% chance of breast cancer in males, your physician may also recommend a mammogram, MRI, or U/S to rule that out. Unilateral breast discharge is more worrisome. http://plasticsurgery4u.com/puffy_nipples/male_nipple_discharge.htm ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 17 wks pregnant and can squeeze a clear/cloudy discharge from breasts that is salty. There is no pain. Should I be concerned?
I have a greenish colored discharge coming from my breasts.. What is it? I have never noticed this before, and my breasts are a little sore.
Fibrocystic changes: Fibrocystic changes of the breast (used to be called fibrocystic disease - but when 40% of women have it, how can you call it a disease) are a hormonally dependent changes of the breast - soreness and sometimes cyst development which typically contain a greenish fluid. Also associated with this is the discharge that can be greenish. Would recommend however getting it checked out. ...Read more
Hello, obviously by other reports stated here... green watery discharge is normal? Especially when breasts and nipples are squeezed? Thank you.
..more: How much, how often,painful? Any other symptoms? ...Read more
I have a little bit of a light pink discharge only when i whip, i'm 5 days late and my breasts are hurting. What does this mean? Please help
Absent menstruation : This may be pregnancy. I will suggest you get a pregnancy test first. If positive you schedule appointment with your doctor. If negative and you are still spotting and your period still does not start, please still see your doctor for evaluation and possible treatment. Thank you and good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's been two days since my abortion. My breasts are big,hard as a rock and painful. Am passing out a mucus bloody discharge..should I worry?
Probably not: Depending on how far you were occasionally the milk might come in. The bloody discharge is probably normal. If it does get better get rechecked by the physician who did the procedure ...Read more