First, make an appointment with your healthcare provider. Next, while you wait for your appointment, write down what your discharge looks like (clear, straw-colored, milky, red/pink), how often it happens (everyday, once each month), when it happens (e.g. after you shower, the week before your period, after you exercise), and any other symptoms you notice (e.g., pain in your breast, headaches, periods irregular). Also pay attention to whether or not it comes out on its own or after you have been touching/squeezing your breasts. When you have your appointment, your provider will probably do a breast exam. He/she may even order some other tests like blood work to check specific hormones or an Ultrasound to look at the breast tissue.
Until your appointment, try not to squeeze your breasts because the more they are stimulated, the more likely the discharge is to continue!
this is happening to me too. and i had never thouight anything of it till now. the worst is see the discharge is when im on my period." - noofubidness
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