Breast Discomfort, Pain And Clear Discharge From The Nipple?
Afternoon … I’m 27 years old and married with 1 child, I feel uncomfortable with the breast next to me now I sometimes feel pain in my breasts and armpits and come out clear liquid from the nipple but my breasts are not adjusted and not swollen and even my left breast smaller than the right breast (when I breastfeed only the left side) I have experienced breast inflammation 2x when I breastfeed and a year ago … my question: r n1did the inflammation that could recur? r n2.what comes out the clear liquid from the nipple is due to the lymph nodes? r n3. what have I experienced can cause breast cancer without lumps? r nThank you ..
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Fluid discharge from the nipple in women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding can be abnormal. Preferably, women who experience it see a doctor to be examined directly. Fluid discharge from the breast can occur spontaneously when the breast or nipple is compressed. The liquid that comes out can look like milk or can be colored clear, yellowish, greenish, brownish, or reddish (there is blood). Liquids can also be thick or liquid. Fluid is often caused by something that is not dangerous, but breast cancer must be suspected if there is a lump in the breast, only one breast that comes out of fluid, there is blood in the fluid that comes out, or fluid comes out continuously. In addition to cancer, inflammation of the breast can also cause discharge from the breast. If the inflammation in your breasts that has been treated properly before, the possibility of inflammation that is currently different from the previous inflammation. Inflammation can occur due to re-infection in your breast or a blockage in the ducts in your breast. To determine the cause of discharge in your breast, you need to be examined directly by a doctor, especially a surgeon. If necessary, the doctor will recommend that you carry out further tests, such as mammography or ultrasound of the breast. The doctor will explain to you the results of the tests that have been done and whether further action is needed. Avoid pressing or stimulating your breasts to release fluids because this can actually cause continued discharge.
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