I think this article on nipple discharge may answer a number of questions you have. Basically it says that twhile nipple discharge can be serious, in most cases, it's either normal or due to a minor condition, but that if you are not nursing, you should contact your doctor just to be certain nothing more serious is going on (an in your case to see if your medications could be causing this). The article goes into some things that can cause discharge -- stimulation being one. I hope this helps!View Thread
I think that the best thing to do would be to talk with your doctor about what you are experiencing. He/She will be best able to determine what is causing this after an exam and can hopefully find you some relief. This article has some more information on when a visit to your doctor is best (lasts longer than 7 days for 3 or more cycles, is a sudden or big change from your usual period, etc).View Thread
Hi, This article explains that the average onset for "natural" menopause is 51, but that some women go through menopause before age 40 (premature menopause ). The links above have more information you may find it helpful to read through.View Thread
Here are some possible reasons for an irregular period that you might consider -- things like emotional stress, illness, certain medications, increased exercise, and more can effect your cycles. If your periods continue to be irregular, it may be a good idea to make an appointment with your doctor to determine what is causing this.View Thread
I think that you should discuss with your doctor or gynecologist as soon as possible, especially of you are still experiencing these pains. Here are some of the possible side effects associated with Mirena.View Thread
Hello, While might find some who have had a hip replacement here, you may want to post any questions that you have over in our Knee & Hip Replacement Community . The community members there are fairly active, and I am sure that they would be happy to share their experiences and answer any questions you may have to best of their ability View Thread
This article has some information on estrogens that may answer some of your questions. It does say that "blood estrogen levels are a more accurate indicator of how well the ovaries are working than urinary estrogen levels." Have you spoken with your doctor about what your test results mean for you?View Thread
I think that the best thing to do would be to visit your doctor again and explain everything that you have experienced since your last visit -- or it may be necessary to find a new doctor if you feel that your current one is not able to find what is causing your pain. Here is some information on breast pain that you may be interested in reading -- it does suggest some things you can do to relieve your pain. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
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