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I am a 29 yrs old female. I have continuous pain and watery/white dscharge in both of my breasts. - but normal prolactin level.

By August 19, 2010 - 8:57pm
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I am a 29 yrs old female. I have continuous pain in both of my breasts. There is also a discharge - white in some ducts and watery in another. I have noticed spontaneous discharge from my left breast. Seven years back I had problem of high prolactin which was cured and now my prolactin levels are normal. I have a 4 yrs old son whom I breastfed for an year. Two years back I had severe pain in my breasts and so went for a ultrasound which suggested- proliferative disease of breast. Doctor said that the pain and discharge is stress relared and gave medicines for one month. I am also suffering from migraine, thyroid (for which I take 100mg thyronorm), rhematoid arthritis and internal hernia. Breast pain is a problem for me. What should I do?

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Hi romitabanerjee,
Thank you for your question and for finding EmpowHER. You do have a lot going on. Since your doctor treated you in the past for breast pain, have you consulted with them again? Do you need to go on medication again? We are not doctors and can't diagnose you or tell you what to do, we can only provide resources to consider and advise you on possible next steps.
Here is information on breast cysts that may help the discussion with your doctor:
Good luck and let us know what your doctor says. Your experience may be helpful to someone else.

August 20, 2010 - 8:48am
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