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Galactorrhea not Associated with Childbirth

Some people may have a milky discharge come out of one or both breasts. This happens even though they are not breast-feeding. This condition is galactorrhea. Most often, this happens in women. It may also happen in men or newborn babies. The breasts may leak when touched or without being touched. Sometimes, this problem will go away on its own. In newborn babies, the problem most often goes away within 2 weeks.

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