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Dr. Ajay Acharya
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Clear Fluid Leaking From The Vagina (Definition)

Late in pregnancy, as the baby gets larger and pushes on the bladder, it's common to leak a small amount of urine. When your membranes rupture and your water breaks, there is a gush of clear fluid. Sometimes the membranes begin to leak slowly, and there is no gush of fluid, only a small amount of clear fluid at first. Any leaking fluid should be evaluated to make sure it is not leaking amniotic ...Read more


Dr. Wayne Ingram
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My breast have been leaking clear fluid and I wanted to know if that was a sign of pregnancy also my period came 2 days early and I'm really nervous. ?

My breast have been leaking clear fluid and I wanted to know if that was a sign of pregnancy also my period came 2 days early and I'm really nervous.
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Breast fluid: Clear leakage of breast fluid could be attributable to inappropriate Prolactin secretion. If you had a normal period for you, then you are not pregnant. A MD can do a blood test for prolactin if this continues and it is treatable with medication if elevated levels are found. ...Read more

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Why is my breast leaking clear fluid from both sides?

Why is my breast leaking clear fluid from both sides?

Pituitary growth: There may be a very small pituitary growth that is secreting prolactin, a hormone that can cause inappropriate breast secretions. A MD visit and test for prolactin(blood) can make that determination. If you were recently pregnant in the past 6 months secretions can also occur if you have recently stopped breast feeding. ...Read more

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Dr. Alan Patterson
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I am 35 weeks and six days pregnant and have been leaking clear fluid from my breasts and have been getting tighterning pains in my belly ?

I am 35 weeks and six days pregnant and have been leaking clear fluid from my breasts and have been getting tighterning pains in my belly    ?

CALL YOUR OB: U can leak from your breasts that can happen at 35 weeks but u need to make sure u are not in premature labor so call your OB now so u can be evaulated at his office or in the labor room. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Finkelstein
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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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One of my nipple is leaking clear fluid and both breast are sore. Scary! not pregnant.?

One of my nipple is leaking clear fluid and both breast are sore. Scary! not pregnant.?

Hormonal effect: Nipple stimulation by friction and tactile stimulation can cause this. However. Hormonal changes from your thyroid gland and pituitary may be at work. Please contact your physician ...Read more

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Dr. Mark Rausch
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Pregnancy (Definition)

If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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Breast Discharge (Definition)

Breast discharge refers to any liquid leaving the breast, ...Read more


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