M. G., aged 26, iii-para, has enjoyed good health for many years. She had no morning sickness or other illness with present or previous pregnancies. Labor was always comparatively easy and normal. She never had trouble with her breasts.
One week before her present confinement, while massaging the breasts, she noticed some blood ooze from the left nipple. The oozing increased from day to day. There was no pain or tenderness on pressure of breasts. Seven days after she noticed the blood from the left breast she gave birth to a normal child. Oozing from the right nipple was then noticed. At this time both breasts were always wet with blood. The least pressure would increase the flow of blood considerably.
On the sixth day after the birth of the child, no change was noticed in the left breast but the right one showed a few drops of milk after