I have a question and i need your help regarding breast discharges -
My question - Hi, i'm 20 and have been having breast discharges from both of my breast for 2 years(yellowish or straw colored). The doctor had prescribed Eposoft and Evion 200 as medication but today i noticed a light reddish dried discharge on my brazier on my left side but when i lightly squeeze it to check it secrets the same yellowish/straw color.
is it possible that a blood vessel on my left breast may be raptured oozing slight blood because when i squeeze it again lightly it still discharges the same yellowish/straw colored liquid
Please help me what the problem might be.
hi ive noticed youve helped a lot of people with their questions and i was wondering if you could help me with mine?
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