If you’ve noticed milky colored discharge coming out of one or both breasts, especially if you squeeze the breast tissue and a little bit of milky colored discharge comes out, this can be very normal, especially if you’ve had a baby in the last year or two. But if you’re having discharge that’s an abnormal color, especially if it has blood in it, or if you’re experiencing breast pain, or you’ve noticed a lump, be sure to talk with your doctor. It’s good to bring these things to the attention of your doctor, because sometimes the causes are concerning. Other times they’re not and it’s just something to watch. But a few causes that a doctor might consider include hypothyroidism, endocrine disorders, high prolactin levels, and in a few cases, it is due to breast cancer. And so after performing an exam and asking more specific questions, a doctor will determine if further investigation and treatment is necessary. If you have more questions in the future for me, feel free to ask them on our Intermountain Moms Facebook and Instagram pages, and recommend us to your friends and family too.