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Most women associate milk coming from their breasts with late pregnancy and breastfeeding. However, there’s a condition called galactorrhea that affects people who aren’t pregnant or breastfeeding, even men. It produces a substance similar to breast milk that is secreted from the nipples.
Read on to learn more about this condition, including its causes and treatment.