It is possible to express a bit a fluid from the nipples of most women regardless of age. The fluid is usually milky, green, or brown. This is normal and not a sign of cancer. There are some specific types of nipple discharge that warrant closer evaluation: Discharge that is bloody or clear.
If your breast looks red or swollen, there’s no need to panic. A tender area or rash on your breast often signals a common problem like an infection. Rarely, a rash and soreness can be signs of Author: Stephanie Booth.
In addition to causing pain and itching, fibrocystic breast changes can, at times, cause secretion of clear, white, yellow, or green nipple discharge. Galactorrhea. It might sound scary.Author: Hilary Parker.
Nipple discharge can be an early symptom of breast cancer, but most cases of nipple discharge are due to benign conditions. The following are guidelines to differentiate benign discharge from discharge that is associated with malignancy.