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Skin Changes and Nipple Discharge - Breast Lumps
That's reassuring to know you have no skin dimpling, indentations or nipple retraction.
Many women occasionally notice a white milky nipple discharge from one or both breasts, even if they are not pregnant or breast feeding. In general, this is not worrisome as long as a woman otherwise feels well and continues to have normal menstrual periods. A red or rust colored discharge means blood is probably present and could be a sign of a more serious problem.
Have you noticed any bloody nipple discharge?