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    Oily secretion from breasts
    Kennie103 posted:
    Last week my right breast was secreting an oil that soaked through my bran and my top that i was wearing. Then a couple days later it happened to the right breast. And now this morning the left breast again. But its not coming from the nipple. Its coming from the bottom of my breast where it curves to the stomach. Its very strange. Any suggestions??
    So far it's only happened when i wear this one specific bra. But its a bra I'm always used to wearing.
    BLU_HART40 responded:
    Maybe you should make a doctors appointment. It seems to be harmless but you should always be sure. Boobs do weird things sometimes and mother nature enforces it, lol Never hurts to let a doctor take a look to be sure.

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