Can an STD cause breast discharge?


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2010-02-28 01:25:22
2010-02-28 01:25:22

No, leaking milk isn't a side affect of a STD.


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A STD can cause a yellow smelly discharge.

Chlamydia or gonorrhea could be the cause of the discharge.

Gonorrhea or chlamydia can cause a yellow discharge.

Chlamydia and gonorrhea commonly cause burning and discharges.

STDs can cause a milky white vaginal or penile discharge. See your health care provider for an exam if you have an unusual discharge.

Yes, this could mean you have a std... you should get tested!

HPV does not cause abnormal discharge. See your health care provider for STD testing.

Yes it could be a STD or some other infection. It needs to be checked out by a doctor.

No. Take a pregnancy test. If this comes up negative go to your doctor immediately. Breast Discharge is a very common sign of breast cancer.

Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomoniasis can cause yellow or green discharge. Most commonly, they have no symptoms at all.

You could be having your period. That's just normal.

You could have a discharge from a STD; discharges aer common with some STDs.

Gonorrhea and chlamydia may cause mild or unnoticed discharge in men and women.

An exam and testing will easily distinguish a yeast infection from an STD. If you have had sex and are having discomfort or discharge, it is important to get tested.By the colour and smell of the DischargeThe creamy white discharge that many women get monthly is caused by changes in hormone levels, it has very little odor and is not associated with any infection.Discharge from a yeast infection is very itchy, it can look like cheese and has very little odor.Some STD's cause a discharge and others don't. Some can cause a burning sensation when you pee and others cause none. The discharge associated with an STD usually is green or yellow and can have a foul odor.The only way to know if you have an STD is to be tested, the only way you can help prevent getting or giving an STD (if sexually active) is to always use condoms.

If you have An STD you can give whoever you are breast feeding the STD, yes.

It sounds as though you definitely need to see a doctor and possibly have contracted a STD.

It could be a bacterial infection; go to a doctor and have a culture taken and analyzed.

Usually this infection is chlamydia, if it is an STD.

Trichomonas vaginalis is the protozoan that causes trichomoniasis. This infection can cause odor and discharge in women, and often has no symptoms in men.

Not as far as I am aware, you should tell your doctor about this.

Hormones excreted during intercourse and orgasm can cause a discharge from the male or female - it is most likely to happen in a woman who is or has been pregnant or recently stopped breast feeding. If this does not apply to you, you should discuss this with your doctor as there are medical conditions that can also cause the discharge.

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