Brown discharge from nipple when squeezed

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Dear alli224, Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors – gray, green and brown as well as white.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Dear sm2: Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Dear OfficeDiva, Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Hi, Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed and the discharge could be many colors,like white ,yellow, brown etc..and this is normal and you shouldn't be too concerned about it,as your doctor has suggested. ( but you should stop squeezing the nipple though). Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple.
this was in my left nipple - only a clearish serous discharge was expressable from my right nipple. i have also been able to express fluid, from my what i assume is a montgomery gland in my left areola, for some time. i have never been pregnant, and am currently only taking COCP, which i have been on for several years with no problems.
Hi, Most nipple discharges are caused by benign conditions, such as duct ectasia or benign papillomas. Discharge from the breast, when nipples are squeezed,increases the Prolactin hormone level and the more you squeeze the nipple the more the discharge will continue. This fluid can be many colors... green, gray, white, brown, blue and black. The amounts of discharge vary with different women.
I noticed discharge of white fluid (prolly milk) from nipple of my left breast while massaging body oil upon my breasts. To check, I squeezed it and it did excrete the fluid. Same happened when I squeezed my right breast. Is it suspicious, since I am just 22 and unmarried? Besides, I am an asthmatic patient and do use ventolin inhaler frequently and at times, I use anti-allergies that are quite sedative and a beclomethasone inhaler. Please tell me whether should I have a breast exam or not.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Dear bearhitch: Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
I was referred by my gp in feb as I have a discharge from my right nipple. I went to breast outpatients on march 4th where I had a clear mammogram. The dr there took swabs which were clear but referred me for duct excision. This was scheduled for three months later. I turned up for the surgery only to be sent home as the previous dr had made an 'error'. I should never have been put forward for the surgery as it was not blood being excreted. Before being sent home,swabs were taken for infection.
The discharge is only coming out when squeezed hard. The doctor said it was nothing to worry about. She said if it comes out on its own, then she would be more concerned. She said it could be a hematoma in the bereat.
I have brownish discharge from my nipple when squeezed. I do not understand this discharge or what could be the cause. I had a D&C in March, 2008. Is it in any way connected to the D&C I had. This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/544168'>brown discharge from nipples</a>.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
I would suggest that you see your Dr. for a clinical breast exam and possibly some type of testing (ultrasound or mammogram). Breast discharge that is spontaneous (without any type of stimulation such as squeezing) can be a cause for alarm but even then more so when it's from one breast only. You do need to have this investigated though as breast cancer in men is not all that uncommon. This of course would be less likely since you don't mention any lump in the nipple area.
Since my first child was born 5 years ago, I have had nipple discharge when my nipples are squeezed. The discharge has always been milky-watery, like 1% milk. Last month, around the middle of my cycle I noticed that the discharge coming out of one of the ducts on my left breast was pinkish-beige. The same happened in the middle of this cycle. At first the discharge was pinkish-beige. Now it is yellowish-green.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
My left breast has recently hardened ( I belive its capsular contracture) and now my concern is that that I have a clear yellow discharge that's sticky and oily. It is on that side only and it only comes out when squeezed and even at the slightest like when I pick up my 4 month old and hold her tight. IS it possibly the implant is squeezing against some ducts or is something else happening. Thtere is no Breast Ca in my family.
Dear gymnut: Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed, and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white. Some women are more prone to more discharge including women on; birth control pills, certain blood pressure medications or on major tranquilizers. These medications increase prolactin levels in the body.
Many women have some type of nipple discharge or fluid when their breasts are squeezed (or pressed), and its normal. Squeezing the nipple sends message to the brain and the pituitary gland responds by increasing prolactin levels, which in turn produces discharge from the nipple. The discharge can come in a variety of colors - gray, green and brown as well as white.
There is a dark green sticky discharge from one of my nipples when it is squeezed ( the way you would express milk). It has probably done that for a few years and I have never had it checked at the doctor. Is this anything to be concerned about? It has no odor and is very sticky and you have to squeeze quite a lot for it to come out.
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