Dr. Idris Q answered:
2 years ago
I've seen all the tests and their results. All parameters that you were tested for came out to be normal. However, what I think might be the cause of the nipple discharge cant be diagnosed with the tests you have done. There is a hormone called prolactin, it might be responsible for the nipple discharge, this hormone can be measured to be sure it's not too high in your blood. This hormone can also cause your menses to seize or become irregular. You need to check the level of this hormone, then take the result to see a gynaecologist for prescription and proper monitoring. If you have difficulty finding a gynaecologist, send a mail with your name, location and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
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