I have had problems with my left breast. I have been having sharp pain in my left breast. I also have flaky dry skin around the nipple and some white thick discharge comes out of my nipple at times. I am not pregnant. I have turner syndrome and can not have children. I am just wondering if I should get this checked out. It is hard to get screening because I am only 30. Any advice or places I can check out to get help with screening would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.View Thread
Do u mind if I pray for you? I hope that you find courage and strength. If you dont mind m asking what were some of your symptoms or signs? I am just curious because I have noticed changes in my left breast . Thank you for your courage.View Thread
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