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    nipple discharge but not pregnant
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    chrissyzajac posted:
    I am 25 years old. i have a 3 year older. my right nipple would always leak a brownish colored liquid when i squeeze it (which cuz i was so worried i would do it quite often) but now recently my left nipple has started to leak a whitish almost clear fluid and its thick to the touch but not sticky. same as my right nipple- it is thick but not sticky. what could it be? should i get it checked? am i playing with it too much which is why it only does it when i squeeze them? also both nipples are quite itchy recently
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    Anon_596 responded:
    The darker discharge is the one to be concerned with. You need to get it checked by a doctor, seriously!

    The whitish yet clear discharge is common for those who have had children/pregnancies.


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