Dear mariakate: Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors
my daugher is 14 and she does take medication for her bi polar disorder and tonight she got out of the shower and noticed a white fluid leaking from her breast like matery milk we are in a panic or i am i dont know what to think could it be cancer
MY CONCERN ABOUT MY BREAST NOT REALLY LEAKING BUT WHEN MY HUSBAND IS BEEN INTIMATE WITH ME HE SAYS SOMETIMES THE TASTE COMING FROM MY BREAST IS BITTER HE DOESNT LIKE IT AND ITS USUALEY THE RIGHT BREAST, AND MORE SO WHEN IM PMS BECAUSE MY BODY ACTS AS IF IM PREGNANT BUT IM NOT IM 39 YRS CANT HAVE KIDS AND I WONDER IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT CAN DRY THE DISCHARGE UP, ITS BECOMING A PROBELM IN MY MARRIAGE
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