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Old 10-31-2016, 08:16 AM
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uuh.. so she goes into the vet today, the earlier i could make the appointment.. and well, the lump got visually larger over the last couple days.. i squeezed it today and pus came out of her nipple.. a tumor wouldnt do that, would it?
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uuh.. so she goes into the vet today, the earlier i could make the appointment.. and well, the lump got visually larger over the last couple days.. i squeezed it today and pus came out of her nipple.. a tumor wouldnt do that, would it?
Stop squeezing it, leave it alone. You're likely making it worse.
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Old 10-31-2016, 09:34 AM
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i didnt squeeze it like that.. just sort of grabbed it to see if its gotten any bigger and stuff oozed out.. also the "hard" lump seems softer, so im thoroughly confused but she is at the vet right now
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well, he gave me anti biotics for 8 days and im supposed to take her back next week if nothing changes..
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To answer your question, yes a malignant tumour can ooze, leak, and or contain various types of fluids.

Do you have an update by any chance?
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Old 11-13-2016, 06:35 PM
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well, she ended up having surgery to have the lump remove.. vet thinks it may have been malignant but believes he removed it all... blood tests showed no signs of it going systemic though im still waiting to find out of the tumor was really malignant or not, i will find out in another week.. but even if it was she should be in the clear.. he had to remove one of her nipples though
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