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Hello doctor kadwa.i have been suffering from brown nipple discharge for a year. 12/5/2015 i saw this kinda discharge and itching issue and then went to my gynaec. She said i might have fibro adenosis so suggested me for USG of both breasts and pelvic.on 25/5/2015 got USG report from APOLLO CLINIC which showed No growth of abnormal tissue, no abnormalities shown in breasts size. Nothing. pelvic region report showed no abnormalities. Ultrasonologist suggested me to go for a blood test of hormonal disbalance. So i have gone through prolactin and hb test which showed 20.1 and 10.5 level respectively.prolactin increase a bit tthan normal. And hemoglobin is a bi low. My gynaec prescribed eposoft and ne-400 for a month for nipple discharge. Brown discharge got changed in watery pale brown. But didn't stop that watery fluid come out. This year on the same month of may occured that brown discharge issue again. I have noticed a burning sensation on my entire body before this kinda brown discharge.I continued with antibiotic Ceftum 250 twice a day for 5days. But no change in condition. Now i am using homeopathic remedy PHYTOLOCCA mother 15drops twice a day. PHYTOLOCCA 200 twice a week. Please suggest me something doctor kadwa.
  Antivirus on 2016-05-28
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Please take Phosphorus 200 twice a day for 2 days and see how that affects over 15 days. You may continue with other remedies you have been taking.
kadwa 4 years ago

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