Our expert says:
Breast cancer would not cause a discharge. The discharge indicates a vaginal infection. The easiest way to sort it out is to ask your gynaecologist to take a swab and send it to the laboratory. This way it can be determined exactly what type of infection it is and what treatment is needed.
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