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Why to see milk coming out of your breast if you are not pregnant?

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2011-01-12 19:29:50
2011-01-12 19:29:50

It's not milk, it's discharge. If it's dripping or running out of your breasts, get to your gyno ASAP!

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No.That is not real breast milk and you need to see a doctor to find out what is wrong with your hormone level.




Best to take a pregnancy test and see a doctor.


No. If you have milk coming from your nipples, you very well might be pregnant and should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. If you have something coming from your nipples that is not milk, you should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.


If you do it is a sign of excess of the hormone prolactin. You should see a doctor and get investigated



=== === Both women and men can produce breast milk if they have or are given certain hormones such as oxytocin and prolactin. Women who have just given birth will usually continue to produce breast milk as long as they continue to nurse. In rare cases, women and men have been able to produce breast milk without the influence of medication. A tumor on the pituitary gland may cause hyperprolactinemia (excess prolactin in the blood) which will cause you to produce breast milk so if you are producing milk and are not pregnant or nursing you should see a doctor.


Hello. Your breasts could be leaking milk because you are pregnant or because you have a milk duct infection. Do a pregnancy test. If its negative see your doctor about the breast leakage.



Its not common for that to happen but if it does occur its natural. If you or anyone else has any queries go and see your doctor.


by beging ur mother to show her breast. the breast milk teasyes awesome.


AnswerThis usually means your pregnant but, This question needs to be clarified? If your a woman and your pregnant or 'have a babe in arms' and your passing milk 'out of your' breast, then this is normal you can purchase breast pads to stop the leakage from showing e.t.c. If your not pregnant and you don't have a babe in arms you should see your dr as it can be a sign of other things.If your a man and your passing what looks like milk you should also see the dr. Heavy drinking and obesity can cause men to do this, but they should still seek medical attention as it can in (some) cases be an early sign of breast cancer.


It is best to see your doctor concerning this matter - there are a variety of reasons that your breast may leak and not be pregnant but it is very important you have this checked as soon as possible. Also, do breast examinations on a regular bases and check for leakage and dimpling of the nipple or skin surrounding it.


Yes. It is easier for a woman who has had a baby to produce milk later but it has been known for women who have never been pregnant to breastfeed an adopted baby. However if you are not trying to feed a baby and are producing milk you should see a doctor as you may have a hormone imbalance.


Do your monthly breast check to see if there is a hardending in the area there. If you recently gave birth, could be a clogged milk duct. If you are pregnant could be soreness, if you are menstrating could be tenderness. Best to go to the doctor to see whats up.


Lactation only occurs when a woman is pregnant or after she has a baby. This could occur for over a year after she has the baby (basically, however long she decides to breast feed it, the breasts will usually meet the demand). Other discharge can come out of the nipple, however, if there is an infection in the breast, for example. There is a possibility this pus could resemble milk. If there is ever any unexplained discharge coming from a woman's nipples, she should see a doctor.


It can be a symptom, but it can be a symptom of other things. If you know you are pregnant, it's just probably your milk coming in. If you don't know or aren't sure, go see a doctor.AnswerNot necessarily. If you have already had a pregnancy, it is possible for your body to produce milk. I thought I was pregant a few months ago because when I pressed on my breast it leaked white fluid, but I wasn't. However, it could be a sign. Take a test to be sure and see your doctor either way. AnswerMilky like fluid coming out of you breasts can also be a sign of stress. I have had some fluid coming out of my breasts for almost 6 months now, and I have never had children nor have I been pregnant.


very same thing happened to me today, I was just checking the net to see if it is common. I stopped breast feeding about 6 months ago and today I saw a small amount of breast milk leak after she had been crying due to teething. I think that might have had something to do with it


I don't know about the tingling, but that milky substance... is milk. Women generally start producing milk when they become pregnant. Either way, you might want to see a doctor.


You can pump it and donate it to a breast milk bank. Some men and moms also buy breast milk online. Please e-mail me. I hate to see breast milk go to waste. My e-mail is kchae2008@yahoo.com. Dan Breast milk for sale in the Puget Sound/ Seattle/ Tacoma I am 35, healthy. I don't take drugs neither drink alcohol or caffeine. I am taking only prenatal vitamins. Send me an email if you are interested in breast milk in the Puget Sound. ensor2009@gmail.com


If you are pregnant, this is probably colostrum, which is what you get before your breast milk comes in. It is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about. If it is painful, go and see your doctor. Mention it to your midwife next time you see him/her


The functions of females is a time which is called a "period". The female goes through puberty and you will see blood coming out of the vagina. You will see your breast grow bigger which will produce milk for the babies. And the female hips will grow wider.


Although it is not 100% scientifically sure, I found an article on the internet that states' "Some viruses (e.g. HIV) can be transmitted via breast milk, but it seems unlikely that HPVs are present in breast milk since there is no viraemic phase and HPVs are not associated with breast lesions."See the related links to read the full article.


Abnormal, unless you are pregnant or recently had a baby, see a doctor.



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