There is something causing the discharge and it must be evaluated.
A physician cannot just "look" visually at a discharge and see that it is not a serious problem, usually, the discharge is benign. Only 5-9% of discharges are cancerous. But i don't know anyone who would take a "chance" on this issue. Consult a breast specialist. New
techniques incl. Mri
, ductoscopy, etc.