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Been experiencing clear yellow discharge when nipple is squeezed. What is it?

Hi I ve been experiencing clear yellow discharge when I squeeze nipple on my left breast I have ms and i have infusions every month with a steroid that helps my ms my neuro says this medication dosent cause this problem but it happen after my infusions never had this problem before the fluied gets less discharge once I due for my next infusion what cause this be if not to do with ms medications
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern the history given here is not related with any other condition but this is happens some time if the nipple being squeeze the thick liquid of any color from yellow to whit may comes out but this is normal and does not the indication of any disease, hope this information helps you have nice day.
Answered: Fri, 25 Apr 2014
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