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dark watery nipple discharge

HELP!!! Ugghh! What is this? I am having a very minimal (yet disturbing anyway) dark watery discharge from one breast. the other breast will have a slight discharge at the same time but it is clear. I'm not sure exactly what the color is but it looks to be either gray or deep green (forest, etc.). can anyone help me?
  susanreed2000 on 2003-08-06
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Try GRAPHITES 30C four times a day for 3 days after which pl. stop . Medicine will keep working for a much longer time. Repeat after 10 days in the same way, if required.

PANKAJ VARMA last decade
yes, but what is it and why is it there?!
susanreed2000 last decade
Dear Susan
In your own interest you should consult a professional homeopath. there are many remedies capable of producing/ curing tht sort of an discharge. Graphite might be one of them if the rest of the symptoms agree. According to homeopathic principles one should not repeat the remedy in exactly the same potency as the previous one, because the exact same potency repeated can cancle out the good the first dose has done and mess up the whole case.
So-- in your interest don't go for the quick fix-- it may turn against you.
Hans Weitbrecht last decade
DOCTORS ALLEN, CLARK, BOREIKE, DR. HANEMANN all had different ways of prescribing potencies >>>>> for the same medicine.

May I request the Homeopathic Doctors visiting this MESSAGE BOARD to "share their knowlodge more" and "scare away patients less".


PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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