Nipple discharge alone (without a lump or other nipple change) is a very uncommon symptom of breast cancer. There are normally 15–20 milk ducts opening.
Other signs of abnormality include nipple discharge from only one breast and These are noncancerous growths in the ducts of the breast.
Learn about possible causes of nipple discharge and when to see a doctor. If the ultrasound shows a lesion within a milk duct, you may need a biopsy to.
Nipple discharge (ND) can be the earliest presenting symptom of breast cancer. last breast feeding), persistent, and unilateral, usually involving a single duct.