Boob milky nipple

Duration: 8min 50sec Views: 1073 Submitted: 08.03.2021
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Nipple discharge during pregnancy and breast-feeding is normal. Nipple discharge happens less commonly in women who aren't pregnant or breast-feeding. It may not be cause for concern, but it's wise to have it evaluated by a doctor to be sure. Men who experience nipple discharge under any circumstances should be evaluated.

Nipple Discharge

Nipple discharge - NHS

Nipple discharge is the release of fluid from the nipple. It is a very common breast symptom and in most cases is part of the normal function of the breast rather than being caused by a problem. Nipple discharge alone without a lump or other nipple change is a very uncommon symptom of breast cancer. There are normally 15—20 milk ducts opening onto each nipple. Discharge can come from one or a number of these ducts. Nipple discharge is very common.

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