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I've been experiencing a white milky nipple discharge for approx 6 months now, yet I am 29 years old virgin female, do I have a serious disease?

By Anonymous February 9, 2012 - 1:16pm
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I have been experiencing a white milky nipple discharge since August, I am not married, and I am still virgin however I have a boyfriend, and all we do together is just kissing, hugging, touching...etc just foreplay and then we stop...I have noticed a milky nipple discharge coming out my breast while squeezing it when I was playing with him once last August. I totally freaked out. it is something unusual and I have never heard of it, but then that stopped happening to me for few weeks when I stopped seeing him ..and returned again when I started playing with myself and then seeing him again. I tried to find an answer for my problem online but I couldn't, will you please tell me what it could be the reason of that thing? and by the way I'd like to add one more thing that when I tasted the white drops that come out my breast I found that it tastes exactly like milk!! thanks

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You must put any feelings of embarrassment aside.
A milky nipple discharge. when you are not lactating and breast feeding is abnormal,
You must make an appointment with your doctor. Unless you know the cause, it is impossible to stop it from happening.


February 10, 2012 - 7:08pm

According to the Mayo Clinic staff, nipple discharge can be caused by excessive breast stimulation. This may explain your situation, since you notice the milky discharge when engaging in foreplay with your boyfriend or when you squeeze the nipple.

However, it may be a sign of an underlying condition that requires treatment. Since this has been happening for six months, you should make an appointment with your doctor for a physical exam, including a breast examination.

In the meantime, take care to avoid nipple stimulation — including frequent checks for discharge — because stimulation actually makes the discharge persist.


February 9, 2012 - 5:15pm
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Anonymous (reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

And I notice the milky discharge when I take a bath and when I touch them also not only when I engage in foreplay with my boyfriend, I need to stop the discharge but where I live it will be very embarrassing to go to doctor telling him/her what I have experienced since august as long as I am not married yes, what should I do? please help me, thanks a lot Maryann for your answer

February 10, 2012 - 3:09am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)


Even I had a same problem. I consulted doctor. My situation is similar to yours as I am not married. I just used a medicine prescribed for 5 days and I got rid of problem

Don't be scared anymore. It's very normal. Consult a good gynae. This problem is only because of our changing harmones

July 19, 2016 - 6:51am
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