Discharge from nipple? Watery, whitish

Milk. Your breasts naturally produce milk. This is normal. Hormonal changes can sometimes make you produce more or less fluid from your nipples.

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Brown discharge from nipple, during period. Happened last month and now this month. I only noticed as my top was wet when I woke up from sleep. My last child is 4 and I stopped breastfeeding in 2013. I am 31 and on iron, transanaemic and cerrazette pre

Nipple Discharge. This should be evaluated as soon as possible. It could be related to your cycles or medications, but it also could be something more serious. I am a strong believer that breast discharges should not be ignored. Please see your doctor right away. Read more...
Not normal. A nipple discharge is not normal and should always be checked by a doctor. The exceptions would of course be in late pregnancy or while breast-feeding, and also it's common for long-distance runners to get nipple irritation and potentially a discharge from continuous rubbing against the shirt/bra. Read more...

Discharge from nipple?

Mastitis to worse... Given I do not know your age, health status, pregnant or not pregnant the best answer is this is not normal and you need to be seen. I worry about infection, irritation and breast cancer. A good women's health expert can help you sort this out. Read more...
Nipple discharge. Reasons for nipple discharge can include stimulation of the breast, pregnancy, medications, galactorrhea (secretion of milk or similar substance), an abscess or other breast infection, hormonal imbalances (like hypothyroidism), fibrocystic breasts (breasts are very fibrous), blocked mammary duct, breast cancer and intraductal papilloma (non cancerous mass), use of marijuana, anise and fennel. Read more...

Is discharge from nipple normal?

Not normal if you're. Not in your reproductive years. Could be a sign of high prolactin level from a tumor in the brain, prolactinoma or could be from breast cancer. Go see your gyn for reassurance. Read more...
It can be. Many women can express a small amount of discharge from the nipple. However, spontaneous discharge (comes out on its own) should be evaluated. It could be simple benign fibrocystic changes, inflammation or infection or other benign causes. Bloody nipple discharge, or a persistent clear discharge from the same spot, can be signs of cancer. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: discharge from nipple?

Nipple discharge. There are many characteristics of nipple discharge. This can occur from one or both nipples. The discharge can be a variety of colors including, white, green, brown, clear, black, red. Disharge can be coming from duct/hole of the nipple or multiductal. Typically, most nipple discharges are benign. A bloody, nipple discharge can be worrisome as a sign of cancer. Read more...

Slightly pink discharge from nipple when I squeeze it?

Go to check it out. Go to see your doctor for a good breast examination and further evaluation. It can be caused by different reasons like trauma, infection/inflammation etc- anything bloody- however, you need also to make sure that it is not cancerous. If you've never had a mammogram- you probably should get one now and also ultrasound of the breast for complete evaluation. Read more...