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2010-11-11 03:59:56

Probably not. Getting your period is a pretty reliable sign that you are not pregnant. It's normal to secrete small amounts of fluid from you nipples. If it seems excessive, consult your doctor.

Well my daughter is 11 and she has liquid coming out of her nipples what does that mean??

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if it is clear its normal. if its white and milky its abnormal unless of course you are pregnant


It can be a hormonal imbalance but it can also be worse. You need to see a doctor to be sure.


YOU NEED TO GO TO THE DOCTER!!!!! no not all ways some times your breast just has liquid coming from it just to come out


Thats normal mate aslong as you have dd's


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Once your breasts fill with milk, the nipple can be squeezed to expell the liquid. Also while pregnant the breasts can leak something called colostrum which is what the baby eats when it is first born.


um the only way liquid could come out of your breasts is if your pregnant. during pregnancy, your breasts fill with milk. or this liquid could be something else. not too sure. but if your pregnant, its most likely breast milk.


It means your healthy and it does it to keep nipple ducts open to let air in


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i wanted to know my friend has come milky or clear liquid coming from nipples


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A pippet is a piece of equipment used to add liquid to something. You squeeze the top and it lets a drop of liquid out of the end.



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You do not have any type of liquid in non pregnant uterus. The uterine lining is wet as expected.



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