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srk20
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Just about half and hr ago my boyfriend and I were being intimate. He was sucking on one of my nipples and since we were playing a little rough he bit down on it. It's happened many times before and it's just a play bite, nothing painful or gruesome. He then sat up and said he had tasted something different. I looked down as squeezed my nipple and saw tiny bits of clear discharge coming out from what looked like only one duct. Now I'm worried about it. If I keep squeezing I see lite bits come out. Is this something to be worried about? It literally looks like a tiny droplet of water with totally watery consistency coming out of one duct and only happens if he nipple is stimulated.
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Heather
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Why don't you first take a look at this: http://women.webmd.com/breast-nipple-discharge

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Thanks for the link, Heather. I had a look at it. So do you think I should go in and have this evaluated? The information there told me that the clear yellowish discharge that I'm having can be either normal or abnormal, so I'm not too sure what to think of this. Have you ever had anyone on the boards have the same problem and it has not come out serious? Personal experience always helps me more than an article
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Heather
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I don't see any reason to think this is about something serious right now.

Are you up-to-date with your annual checkups including breast exams? As in, you've had one in at least the last year?

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Yes I am. I'm due for one in Feb. A few weeks ago I went in to have a lump investigated and my dr felt that it was nothing to worry about. About 16 days ago I switched from the new version of Yaz (Safyral) to a lower dose birth control (Lo lo estrin FE). Last week it caused me to experience spotting, as well as cramps and back pain. Now I'm worried with this discharge, that it could be related to pregnancy? I take the pill on time (only within an hours difference) every day. I also haven't had sexual intercourse within the last month, so the only way I could've gotten pregnant was an indirect way by sitting on a toilet seat that had semen on it or something. I've also noticed that I'm urinating more and that I'm feeling cramps in my stomach and have more back pains. Could these all be side effects of changing to a different birth control? Please give me some advice, Heather. Should I take a pregnancy test?
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