Galactorrhea is abnormal lactation in a mare who is not pregnant. The key is NOT pregnant. My mare had a foal 3 years ago and still has nipple discharge - it is not colostrum, but a grey-clear liquid. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this?
She does not seem to have Cushings - she is healthy, energetic, and in good weight. The breeding 3 years ago did involve AI and she was put into an induced heat cycle. I wondered if the artifical hormones used for this may have messed up the hormone regulation of the cycle.
I have not gotten any definitive info from vets. I worry about a pituitary tumor. I would appreciate any information anyone has to offer!