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What would make your breast seep blood? I am 39 years old and had a hysterectomy 15 years ago.I am taking hormones and my last mammogram was fine.

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Dr. Regina Hampton
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In brief: Mass

Bloody nipple discharge requires physician evaluation.
The most common cause is a papilloma, a polyp in the breast duct. They can be benign or malignant. Mammograms can often miss thise tiny lesions. An ultrasound can help or a galactogram. Please find a breast specialist to evaluate you.

In brief: Mass

Bloody nipple discharge requires physician evaluation.
The most common cause is a papilloma, a polyp in the breast duct. They can be benign or malignant. Mammograms can often miss thise tiny lesions. An ultrasound can help or a galactogram. Please find a breast specialist to evaluate you.
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