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Tenderness, pains in breasts. Discharge from nipples. Tiredness, headaches, muscle pain, decrease in libido. On contraception. Cause?

I ve been having problem with tenderness and aches in my boobs for a few weeks, and over the last few days I have noticed a cloudy sticky liquid coming out from my nipples. I m 18 years old and I have been told that this can be due to hormones but I have never had this before. I ve also been suffering with severe tiredness, headaches , muscle aches and decrease in sex drive. I have worried that I may be pregnant. I m in a sexual relationship with my boyfriend and have been for almost 2 years now. I don t have periods because I m on the contraceptive injection which ive been on for almost a year now. What s the chances that I could be pregnant? And if it isn t pregnancy, what could be causing these symptoms?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Hello, I have gone through your query and understood your concerns.
The above mentioned Symptoms could be of mastitis i.e., inflammation of ducts inside the breasts. you should be using antibiotics for this but before you use rule out other causes and make accurate diagnosis done by your gynaecologist.
Hope this helped you.
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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