Can birth control pill cause nipple discharge?

Yes. Some women report a white/clear discharge. But if you remain concerned, get checked by your obgyn. Always better safe than sorry.

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What all causes nipple discharge on birth control an took pregnacy test it was negative?

Several causes. Breast discharge can come from an elevated prolactin level or from excessive breast stimulation or because it takes a long time for breast milk production to go away. If the discharge is bloody there might be a growth in the breast. Get this checked. Read more...

Both breast have nipple discharge during manipulation, urine pregnant test negativity, not taking meds or birth control what could this be besides thyroi?

Probably normal. Almost all women will have some breast discharge with manipulation after their first pregnancy. If you have never been pregnant, then please see you gynecologist to rule out other diseases such as evalated prolactin levels. Read more...
Prolactin? Hi. Prolactin elevation can cause breast milk production when you're not nursing. Since you're taking no meds, we don't need to consider certain meds as a cause for prolactin elevation. If prolactin is high, it would be due to a benign tumor in the pituitary gland. Prolactin elevation also typically causes cessation of periods...has that happened? Read more...

Can missing birth control cause redish-Brown discharge for multiple days? Also what should I do if I miss a birth control pill?

YES. The hormonal cycle can be disturbed and cause some breakthrough spotting if you miss pills. If you miss one pill, then take the pill when you remember it, this will still provide protection in the cycle. If you miss more than two pills in a single cycle. The pills are not effective anymore that cycle and you must use back up birth control to prevent pregnancy. Read more...

Clear discharge from nipple. Period just ended should I be concerned? 27yo healthy no history of any problems not on birth control

Benign. Clear liquid from the breast is called galactorrhea. Sometimes it is associated with irregular periods. It is from excess of the hormone that triggers milk production. It is probably ok to watch if no lump or pain in the breast. If periods become irregular there is treatment. Read more...