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Trying to conceive. Liquid discharge from breast, slight pain. Is it hormonal? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-May-2013
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User:Hello Dr...
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I m 29 married
User:My wife has some breast issue.Need to discuss regards..
Doctor:Proceed with your query.
User:Some liquid flows in her breast
User:Its not thick, No pains but it come just pressing slightly
User:Any issues?
Doctor:May I know since when is she having this problem?
Doctor:Is there any lump in the breast?
User:We are trying for baby
User:Past 2 months
User:We got married 2.5 Years back
User:Facing this issue past 2 months.
Doctor:Is there any lump in the breast?
User:She says 'No pains' too
Doctor:Secretions from breast can sometimes occur.
Doctor:This is normal and due to hormonal changes.
User:Its not some times Dr.Past 2 months it comes while pressing slightly
Doctor:As long the secretions are mild, does not smell, has no blood and there is no changes in the breast this can be normal.
User:Initially she had a pain in breast now pain got stopped but the liquid flow continues still..
Doctor:The secretions upon pressure is probably the secretions from the glands
User:Oh..Thanks Dr..
User:Thanks for your cosultation
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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