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water is coming out from my breast

By Anonymous July 31, 2013 - 5:16am
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am not pregnat but water is coming out from my breast

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Sometimes, nipple discharge is a normal part of your breast's function. If that's the case, the discharge might resolve on its own.

Most often, nipple discharge stems from a noncancerous (benign) condition. However, breast cancer is a possibility, especially if:

You are over age 40

You have a lump in your breast

The discharge contains blood

Only one breast is affected

Possible causes of nipple discharge include:


Breast cancer

Breast infection

Excessive breast stimulation


Fibrocystic breasts

Ductal carcinoma in situ


Hormone imbalance

Injury or trauma to the breast

You need to let your doctor know of the breast changes, if the discharge does not stop. 



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