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Male breast cancer is incredibly rare and is usually not noticed until it has progressed. Symptoms include a painless mass, skin changes, or bloody or milky discharge from the nipple. It is usually a ductal carcinoma and treated via surgical removal of cancerous tissue.
Breast discharge can be caused by normal and abnormal hormonal changes. Pregnancy and breastfeeding are normal hormonal changes that can cause milky nipple discharge. Cancerous and non cancerous breast conditions can also cause discharge from the nipples. Read now for more information on causes and treatment options.