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Hello. What is your age? How long has this been going on?
That's a computer generated offer...chat is fine. What you are describing sounds like galactorrhea, This a milky nipple discharge unrelated to the normal milk production of breast-feeding. Galactorrhea itself isn't a disease, but it could be a sign of an underlying problem.
Often, galactorrhea results from increased levels of prolactin, the hormone that stimulates milk production. This may be the result of a problem with the pituitary gland such as a small hormone producing tumor (prolactinoma). You need to have your prolactin levels checked and get an MRI of the brain.
I think it would be best to be evaluated as soon as possible. you could go to urgent care and have them initiate the work up. These tumors are typically benign but they can begin to cause other symptoms and hormone imbalances if allowed to grow without treatment.
You're welcome. Hope all works out for the best. Getting an accurate diagnosis is obviously the first step to getting this treated and getting you back to normal.