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02 October 2006

Step 6

A change in the nipple itself may be a sign of problems. Look at it carefully to see whether there have been any changes such as inversion (nipple pulled inwards) or a discharge.

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A change in the nipple itself may be a sign of problems. Look at it carefully to see whether there have been any changes such as inversion (nipple pulled inwards) or a discharge.

Gently squeeze the nipple. A small discharge may emerge which may be:

  • clear
  • dark green/brown/black
  • pinkish or blood stained

If it is blood stained, see your doctor immediately!

 
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