Possible causes of breast/nipple discharge? I'm very anxious please help!

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Hi all, 

 This morning, after checking a small abrasion I have on one nipple (from uh, some rather rough foreplay), I noticed some cloudy, milky discharge coming out of said nipple. It's fairly clear with some milk coloured clouds. Out of curiosity, I checked the other breast, and the same thing occurred. As far as I can tell, the discharge only comes out if I squeeze the breast. It's not a lot, but a good sized drop comes out.  

The only possible thing I could think of is the fact that my body can be quite sensitive to hormones, and I just used my birth control patch (ortho evra) to skip two periods. I don't believe I could be pregnant, as I literally just finished a heavy, week long period yesterday.  

For now I've opted to stop touching them, though checking to see if the discharge is still there is very tempting. I've also placed tissues in my bra, to see if there was any leaking later today. 

Any ideas? My mom (an OBGYN) told me it can be a fluke, and to leave it for a few days before deciding anything. 

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    If you have some rough foreplay, it is possible that you have hurt your mammary glands and it will take a while for it to recover.   You should try to get this puss out gently.   If this persist, see your doctor.
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      I don’t believe it is puss- it’s not yellow, it’s clear with milky clouds. There’s no smell either.  Plus, I have no pain, no redness, or other obvious indicators of an infection that I can think of. 
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    Still you should try gently get this liquid out as you must have hurt some of your mammary glands.   By doing so, you will empty this liquid out.   Now if your are with me, try to get some moisturising cream and apply it while massaging your breasts to reactivate your mammary glands so the it will help them heal.
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