Galactorrhea – Abnormal Milky Discharge of the Nipple

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Abnormal Milky Discharge of the nipple

Galactorrhea – Abnormal Milky Discharge of the nipple – often results from too much prolactin — the hormone responsible for milk production (lactation) when you have a baby. Prolactin is produced by your pituitary gland, a marble-sized gland at the base of your brain that secretes and regulates several hormones.

Galactorrhea

The term usually refers to milk secretion not due to breast-feeding. It is bilateral and from multiple ducts. The milk volume may be large or small, and milk may be secreted spontaneously or expressed.

Listen to Dr Abosede Lewu and Dr Ijeoma as they talk extensively on Galactorrhea on Women health Express

 

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