Nipple discharge

What is Nipple discharge?

This is the trickling of fluid from the nipple of breast.This could be normal or abnormal.

Questions and answers on "Nipple discharge"

Hello I've had some sleep where I feel comatose or detached from self do you think this normal?
Also my other question is that do you think it...

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There is no need to worry about

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Hi dear and thanks for your query.

Both two issue you are faced have no problems and...

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My wife delivered a baby boy 20 days ago and she is breast fedding by pumping her milk.
today she is complaining about pain and soreness nipple and...

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Need more information.

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am a male of 24yrs i never had sex before but recently if i press my breast i do have some with milk with is it am panic and because of that i...

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Don't worry,the doctors will find the way to elininate your galactorrhea.

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Hi dear user
I have gone through your...

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my son is thirteen and has been having a discharge from his left nipple which now looks bloody. He is due for surgery for a pilonidal sinus soon....

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I noticed last night that my nipple felt wet and left a wet spot on the nightgown. I looked at the nipple and saw a drop of clear fluid coming out...

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Hello my name is Toni and I was at my doctor the other day for nipple discharge that only comes out if I squezze it out, now I have been lactating...

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hi if you receive a handjob and penis is rubbed on the breast and the penis head rubbed on the nipple. is they any way to contract hiv in this way?

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