Breast Milk Even Though She Is Not Pregnant?
At night, I want to ask when I was having a husband and wife relationship with my husband suddenly my breasts came out of breast milk, even though I was not pregnant or breastfeeding, while my child was not drinking breastmilk two years ago, but I have a history of lumps in the breasts, even then already operated on in 2013. r nIs this dangerous or not please get the info
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In general, breast milk (breast milk) will indeed come out when a woman is giving birth or breastfeeding. However, actually, this is not the only thing that can cause milk to come out. Several other conditions can also cause milk to come out of the breasts of women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding. This condition is also known as galactorrhea. The originators include:
Excessive breast stimulation (including during sexual intercourse) Side effects of taking medications, for example anti-nausea and vomiting drugs, sedatives, antidepressants Drug abuse Use of herbal products, for example those containing fenugreek seeds Using hormonal birth control (for example birth control pills) Other diseases, for example: prolactinomas (pituitary gland tumor) Hypothyroidism Chronic kidney disease Spinal cord disorders, for example due to post-surgery, injury, tumor Nerve disorders in the chest, for example due to burns, injuries, etc. If the milk is released only briefly, without any other complaints, You don't need to worry. This condition is probably not dangerous and doesn't require special handling.
However, if the recurring complaints are very frequent, or really bother you, you can go to the doctor immediately for a more in-depth evaluation.
In the meantime, you should first limit excessive stimulation in your breast area, including during sexual intercourse. Perform breast self-examination (BSE) regularly, but not too often. Use a bra that is clean and not too tight. Finally, always keep your breasts clean by showering regularly and wearing a comfortable bra.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah