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Breast feeding, on menstrual cycle, discharge from nipple. Pregnancy symptom?

Hello, I have 2 children.. Youngest being 15 months old. I haven t nursed since he was 4 months old. I am currently in the middle of my cycle, I don t think I have ovulated yet. But I discovered discharge from my right nipple . Could I possibly have ovulated early and infact be pregnant right now or can you get discharge while ovulating??
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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It is possible for discharge to occur at the nipples on pressing during and after ovulation,i.e., the luteal phase. Any discharge that occurs at the nipple spontaneously needs further investigation. Bloody discharge or discharge only from one nipple needs immediate attention. Pregnancy can also lead to nipple discharge even in the early stage. I advice you to consult your doctor and plan further management. Most of the nipple discharges subside spontaneously. Take care.
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