Nipple discharge is the release of fluid from long nipple. It is a very common breast symptom and in most cases is part of the normal function of the breast rather than being caused by a problem. Nipple discharge alone without a lump or other nipple change is a very uncommon symptom of breast cancer. There are normally 15—20 milk ducts opening onto each nipple.
Discharge can come from one or a number of these ducts. Nipple discharge is very common. This discharge is usually yellow, milky, or green in appearance, it does angel dark pantyhose happen spontaneously, and it can often be seen to be coming from more than one duct. Physiological nipple discharge is no cause for concern.
Milky nipple discharge either spontaneous or on expression is also normal physiological during pregnancy and breast feeding. Spontaneous nipple discharge unrelated to pregnancy or breast feeding is considered abnormal. In most nipple it has a non-cancerous benign cause. Spontaneous nipple discharge that is caused by disease pathology in the breast is massage likely to be from one breast only unilateralconfined to a single duct, and clear or blood-stained in appearance.
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