If you are a female and you are noticing a "milky" discharge leaking from your nipple, logic would infer that it is milk. This would be the case if you are pregnant, have recently had a child, or have recently been pregnant (possibly miscarried). If none of these are the case, you should see your doctor.
It means she has only one nipple as she was born with one nipple. and also that her parents did not like her. :)
A third nipple is also known as a supernumerary nipple or accessory nipple. They are diagnosed at a rate of one in eighteen in males and one in fifty in females.
The Milky Way is a galaxy.
Coaxial cable can be used for both. You need a two way splitter They are cheap Attach the cable coming out of the wall to the incoming part of the splitter The side with one nipple Then attach a cable from your tv to the out going nipple on the opposite side Then the other cable from the computer to the remaining outgoing nipple
One - the Milky way.
Only one: The Milky Way
No; there is only one Milky Way.
You Can't Pull A Nipple Off But You Can Rip One Off. Thanks! Makenna
One nipple may be inverted or flat. This is because the milk ducts have not stretched which prevents the nipple from erecting.
No one created the Milky Way It was created when the universe was
No, there is only one Milky Way galaxy, and that is the one that Earth is located in.
The Milky Way is Our Galexy, so it cannot be in one.
No, the Milky Way is a galaxy. It's the one we live in.
There is only one galaxy called the Milky Way.
It may be because your baby uses that nipple more then the other to breastfeed. Is this why?
We are in the Milky Way Galaxy at the end of one of the arms.
eww... why would you get one?
Suck it or get some one else to
The sun is in the same galaxy we are in - The Milky Way. The Milky Way is just one of many billions of galaxies.
The better question would be: Where is our Sun in relation to the Milky Way? Our Sun is located on one of the Milky Way's spirals, about halfway.
There isn't one. really. If there is a difference, you could say that the Milky Way is the milky band of light as seen from Earth, whereas the Milky Way Galaxy is the whole galaxy, which includes those bit's we cannot see from Earth. Best to just accept they are one and the same.
The distance is zero. The sun is one of the stars in the Milky Way galaxy.
No. There are many galxies, but only one of them is the Milky Way Galaxy.
The "Milky Way" is one of billions of galaxies in the universe.