8 Signs of Breast Cancer


3. Nipple Discharge

Breast cancer sufferers commonly experience a milky, watery, and at times blood-tinged discharge from their nipples. This discharge can leave a scaly crust on the surface of the nipple. Any fluid coming out of the nipple, which is not milk, has to be investigated. As the tumor begins to develop in the milk duct, irritation may follow, leading to discharge.

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