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Is it normal to have blackish fluid excrete from breasts?
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Asked in Menstruation, Breast Health
Is it normal for your breast to have a fluid in them before your period?
Asked in Pregnancy Symptoms
Are you pregnant if your breasts leak clear liquid?
yes for me 4 years ago when i had my daughter Madison my breasts leaked a clear to yellowish liquid, i began to have this happen to me about 13 weeks to 20 weeks and it will continue to happen until your milk comes in. My doctor at the time who delivered Madison said it was normal, it is a sugar type fluid your breasts make, and it is a vital importance the first couple days to breastfeeding, he said that light white to yellowish sticky type fluid from breasts is normal.
Would it be normal if you can squeeze clear fluid from your breasts?
Asked in Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care), Pregnancy Symptoms, Head, Ears, and Nose, Lactation and Breastfeeding
Is leaking a small amount of clear fluid from my breasts normal?
Is it normal for breasts to lactate before your period or could you be pregnant?
Asked in Transmission Fluid
Why is your transmission fluid low when warm but full when hot?
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Asked in Labor and Birth
At 7months pregnant your breasts are leaking a clear fluid is that normal?
Why can you have Edema after an IV?
You give IV fluid to the patient. Generally there are two types of fluids. IV normal saline or Ringer's lactate and 5 % dextrose. All of them have same osmotic pressure as the body fluid has got. But the dextrose is rapidly used by body to give you plane water. So the normal saline and Ringer's lactate solution is distributed across the extracellular compartment. Dextrose, that means plane water is distributed across the whole body fluid. Normal adult has got 14 liters of extracellular fluid and 28 liters of fluid inside the cells. You have the fluid in the body till kidneys excrete the same. Respective fluid spreads across the respective cellular compartment. It gives you edema.
Asked in Urinary System
Do the kidneys excrete salt?
Kidneys regulate the body's fluid volume, mineral composition and acidity by excreting and reabsorbing water and inorganic electrolytes. This helps balance these substance (which include sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, magnesium, sulfate, phosphate and hydrogen) in the body and keep their normal concentrations in the extracellular fluid.
Asked in Breast Health
Could you be pregnant if your breasts have been sore and cloudy and bits of fluid are coming out of your nipples?
Asked in Chemistry, Gallbladders and Bile
What is the normal pH of cerebrospinal fluid and bile?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What are the characteristics of normal cerebrospinal fluid?