When you discover a lump in your breast, and a few weeks later it’s still there, you call the doctor. Or when your breast swells up overnight, and is incredibly painful, you call the doctor.
But what about if you squeeze your nipple and some fluid leaks out? Is that normal? Or when your breasts ache and throb with pain? Is that normal?
Should you call the doctor, or wait and see what develops?
There are definitely breast issues that demand quick medical attention. That lump you feel, or the pain and swelling, might turn out to be nothing serious in the end. But you need to find out for sure what’s causing those worrisome symptoms ASAP. Our post, “Is This Normal?” 10 Reasons to Call the Doctor is a great guide to these potentially serious breast issues.
The following breast issues, while there’s a chance they can signify cancer, are much more likely to be relatively benign. If you experience any of these, chances are it&rsq