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06 Apr 2004
Problem with breasts
My friend is having a problem with her breasts. She has two kids and is no longer breast feeding, and lately she has been complaining of a burning sensation in her breasts, and when she presses them, a yellowish substance is released. I have encouraged her to go to the doctor as soon as possible, but what could it be.
It may be breast milk. It depends when she stopped breastfeeding. Lactation can sometimes continue for some time after stopping, particularly if she continues to stimulate her breasts.
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