Implants x 5 yrs w/discharge. Is this something I should be seen about? If so, a Plastic Surgeon or family doctor?
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I am sorry this has stressed you out. Your best option is to discuss this with your primary care doc or OB/GYN. Let them work this up. Most likely it will turn out being nothing serious. This is unlikely from your implants. Good luck.
Nipple discharge after BAM
I would recommend seeing your plastic surgeon first. It sounds like you are lactating very slightly. Sometimes this just happens with implants for no good reason at all. Sometimes this will occur when your body produces excess prolactin- a hormone that causes lactation.
Your doctor will decide if a blood test or perhaps mammogram or ultrasound is in order.
Try no to stress too much about this, but don't delay too long either.
I recommend that you first meet with your primary care physician to discuss breast changes. They may order imaging or blood work to evaluate hormonal changes which can contribute to changes like you are experiencing.
All the best
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Breast implants will not cause breast tissue ailments five years after the procedure.
I was certainly check with your plastic surgeon to discuss the drainage of the breasts. It's highly likely the breast implants have anything to do with it. Nevertheless, plastic surgeons do know about other breast ailments and he may be able to assist you. Make sure you're not pregnant.
Milky discharge years after BA
Milky discharge is usually not a significant medical concern. That being said, you should probably consult with your OB/GYN and/or a breast surgeon (general surgeon that focuses on breast) to make sure and offer piece of mind.
I would recommend starting with your family doctor. It is likely that a mammogram and some basic labs will be ordered. They can then make an appropriate referral based on the results of those studies.
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