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Is beast discharge normal during intercourse ?

hello,have a question about breast fluid.Yesterday i was having some quality time with my gf,and i was kissing/sucking one of her breasts and i tasted as if she had a small discharge.i didnt tell her anything,i didnt got the change to see the color,and it never occurred again.Is this normal?i ve never seen that. She s a 23year old female,and from what i know she doestn have menstrual/hormone problems, and she is not pregnant .She is a week away from getting her period.thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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Breast discharge can be normal or abnormal.Sometimes its normally seen during pregnancy,excessive suckling etc.Abnormally it occurs in breast disease and infection and hormone problems.If its occurring again and again,please ask her to see a doctor esp if the discharge is discoloured.
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