Nipple discharge. Nipple discharge could be on 1 or both breasts, could be physiological or abnormal. The color of discharge is crucial. Many factors can cause nipple discharge-eg. Stimulation, drugs, pregnancy- these usually affected both breast. Infection , tumor or cancer in the breast ducts(bloody&affected one nipple); increase prolactin hormone-another important cause . See your md to find the cause & therapy.
Could be either. Is it unilateral or bilateral? Please consult your doctor asap, especially if the discharge is only on one side. Nipple discharge may be due to local causes or any number of hormonal imbalances.
Probably neither. While this should always be worked up by a physician, bilateral discharge most often is related to stimulation, either external or secondary to medicines or herbs. Unilateral discharge is more likely to be pathological, and bloody discharge should always be considered serious. Most causes, including infections are easy to rx, but making the diagnosis is critical.
Is it a sign of breast cancer? My left breast occasionally leaks a sticky like clearish substance that looks yellow and crusty when it dries. Occasionalyy it bleeds only slightly. And leaves flakes. On the nipple. I do have severe ezcema. This has been lea
Usually benign. Nipple discharge can be caused by a malignant lesion if it is spontaneous ie comes out on its own or is bloody if the discharge is milky and only comes out with stimulation then it is benign and i would not be concerned it usually will stop on ts own mention t to your gyn at your next visit. Read more...
I hope no adversity. Lutein is present in spinach and other dark leafy vegetables and when we eat it, our body makes zeaxantin. Both of these chemicals appear to be essential for healthy macular function (reading and color). Macular degeneration was studied by the national eye institute using a vitamin combination in the lat '80s and this study is being repeated using both lutein and zeaxanthin as well as fish oil. Read more...