A complete evaluation is necessary for determining the cause of your problem. Hormonal shifts, use of birth control pills, pituitary tumors, and the use of certain medications like blood pressure medications, major tranquilizers, antidepressants, can cause an imbalance in the hormone prolactin which stimulates milk production. Mastitis can also lead to nipple discharge. Duct ectasia, intraductal papilloma, breast cancer are few other possibilities. A complete clinical examination and investigations like mammogram and/or ultrasound may help in determining the cause of your symptoms. Do write to me again.
Take care and kind regards!
thnx 4 ur kindness !!
hey, do u think itz a cancer??
i just went 2 c ma doctor and i asked a cream 4 a rash!!
yestrday only i went their , now i thnk itz turning in2 normal again
bt hv 2 use it a week and c da result !!
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