Nipple discharge - Canadian Cancer Society - Breasts full pink spotting not pregnant
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What Causes Pink Discharge and How Is It Treated? may last fewer than two days and be pink, more like spotting than a full flow. Low estrogen levels may lead to pink discharge at different points on your cycle, not necessarily Your chances for getting pregnant are highest in the days leading up to. Last full review/revision October by Mary Ann Kosir, MD Nipple discharge can occur normally during the last weeks of pregnancy and after childbirth when breast milk is produced. A nipple discharge can also be normal in women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding, A bloody or pink discharge from one breast.