No. I know a lot of people say see a Doctor, I say it a lot. In this case, you really do need to see a Doctor. Discharge from breast nipples is not normal for any male or female unless the female has given birth.
NO. See a doctor, specifically an endocrinologist (hormone doctor) as soon as possible.
Important question: Are you taking any testosterone or steroids (street junk is often just cheap testosterone mislabeled)? The body breaks down excess testosterone into estrogen, the most common female hormone, and it can cause a guy to grow breast tissue and produce milk (go on YouTube and search on BodyBuilderMilk to see what I mean). If that's your situation, the grown-up in me is obliged to say "Stop taking the juice" but as a bodybuilder I'm obliged to tell you there are prescription drugs that can block the estrogen. Definitely territory for a doctor's advice.
I know as a fact that is not normal.. For any boy any age to have breast milk! U should go to the doctors, I think that their is something wrong have you talked to your parents yet? Because I think that you should any way how would you know that! Go on Embarrasing bodies maybe?
Just go to a doctor & be honest. If it is something YOU are doing, STOP it! Either way, what you do will affect you ALL of your life. IMPOTENCE & Permanent Sterility may result. GET TO A DOCTOR ASAP. Good luck, I hope it's not cancer. But if it is cancer, that you have found it quickly enough to save your life.
As weird as it sounds, men are able to lactate just like women. We're all mammals so we're all actually able to. Male breasts have milk ducts, and some mammary tissue. They also have oxytocin and prolactin, the hormones responsible for milk production. Some men are able to produce milk through extensive breast and nipple stimulation, but no one knows whether the milk was of the same composition or quality as the kind women produce.
The condition to which you are referring is called Galactorrhea:
"Galactorrhea in men In males, galactorrhea may be associated with testosterone deficiency (male hypogonadism) and usually occurs with breast enlargement or tenderness (gynecomastia). Erectile dysfunction and a lack of sexual desire also are associated with testosterone deficiency."
Men have the same glands as women to make breast milk, they are just not as abundant. You might have an over abundance of female hormone prolactin and estrogen. there are men out there that take supplements to make beast milk for their baby so they can feel the attachment that the mother feels at feeding time. and also to take some of the burden off of mom.