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Could i be pregnant or breast cancer?

By Anonymous December 18, 2016 - 2:43pm
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My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant. My last pms was 11-26-16. I do have very regular schedules and it always last 4 days at most. We had sex everyday leeding up to ovulation then every others day during. Ovulation was from 7th to 11th if I remember correctly. I have noticed the last two to three days I have gotten swollen books... Mostley the bottom part of my books and when I feel areoumd on them they are almost like little lumps. So today they were a bit sore and I was massaging them to try to see if I could somewhat separate the lumps from just settling on the bottom and being sore when I did this and was massaging them all around and toward my nipple a little bit of milkish yet Mostley spear fluid came out a little bit of the pores of my nipples. I'm afraid it may not be pregnancy and be something more serious since I'd I was pregnant I don't believe it would be far enough along for my body to start producing milk? I have had two children before and I don't remember my nipples actually leaking anything until close to birth and after birth. Any opinions and /or advice or knowledge on this situation. I also considered maybe I had actually gotten pregnant last month but then my pms came. I had taken a pregnancy test last month from first response 2 days before my pms and it was negative. Maybe it was too early to show but it was the early resonse that shows 5 to 6 days before your pms. So is it too for this breast situation to be pregnancy related and possibly cancer? Please help.

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Hi, Anon!

Thanks for reaching out to EmpowHER.

Normal nipple discharge more commonly occurs in both nipples and is often released when the nipples are compressed or squeezed. Both abnormal and normal nipple discharge can be clear, yellow, white, or green in color. In most cases, breast discharge is not a cause for concern, but any persistent discharge should be looked into. Bloody discharge should always be looked into. If you are concerned, it's never a bad thing to all your doctor for peace of mind.


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