It seems that the lump in your breast did not have any suspicious characteristics otherwise a biopsy would have been recommended.
Of course bloody discharge from the nipple is always concerning but this problem can be also associated with many different benign conditions.Most often it could be an intraductal papilloma, (which is a noncancerous tumor) or Fibrocystic breast condition,inflammation in the ducts, reaction to drugs,
and less common a cancerous tumor.
I would also worry if I were in your situation ,with this constant pain and spontaneous bleeding... The odds are in your favor of this being a benign process but if you are worried and want answers sooner, I would advise you to consult a Breast Specialist for a breast exam and to review your Mammograms and Ultrasound films.You will certainly obtain from him/her the best information and recommendations because these doctors are highly trained regarding all breast issues.
Wishing you all the best....
Thank you Zouzi. I have done more then enough (too much, probably) reading online before I even posted. You verified the same thoughts I had on this and i intent on scheduling an appointment with a specialist after researching . If not for the pain, it would be much easier to let this go for a four months. Although the probability is high that this is a benign tumor, I would love to pinpoint the cause of the pain have it taken care of.
Your are more than welcome.
Very wise decision to seek a second opinion. I totally agree with you wanting to know what's going on the sooner the better and have this problem resolved.
Please let us know,(using this same thread )what the Breast Specialist advises and recommends.
Good Luck and I hope you'll feel better soon ! :)