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What is the cause of getting green and white discharge on squeezing the breasts ?

And tonight I noticed when I squeeze my left breast I was getting Both green and white discharge . I don t have a dr and I AAAAAAA t seen a dr In about 5 hrs. It only happens when I squeeze don t ooze out or nothing. Is there anything I should do..can I wait and see what happens..if it don t stop just see dr or what?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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Hello. welcome to HCM.
green and colourless discharge from the nipple is commonly indicative of a duct ectatsia i.e. a condition in which one or more ducts dilate and discharge pent up secretions. The condition can be stagnant or be aggravated in future. So you need to be examined and treated. There are both medical and surgical treatment options available, decided according to individual patient. Make sure there is no lump on self examination and plan a visit to a specialist in the near future.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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