I' am 40 years old and one night I was sitting at my computer and felt something wet. I noticed my breast was leaking. I have never been pregant but sexually actived when I was in my twenties know I'am not. I'm on a lot of medicines and from that own my own decision I deciced not to be actived or dating at the this time or even get pregant. Please help me see why my breast leaking for a day.
I was on medications in my 20's because I was (MIS)diagnosed as being bipolar and I don't know if it was Wellbutrin, neuronton or Zyprexa that did it, but I was in the shower and I thought I needed to rinse off my breasts again because I had white stuff and I thought it was soap- after rinsing again I realized it was coming out of my nipples! I pinched them and squirted milk literally about 5 feet to the shower wall!! I had a roommate at the time and I called her in to see it LOL- I asked my psychiatrist about it and she thought it was bizarre (and I was crazy after all) , so I am happy to see the previous post that antipsychotics can cause lactation!!
I am now 37 and have been off of medications for 13 years, so it hasn't happened since then (except when I had my children)-
It is very weird to have this happen though! But it does happen...
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