galactorrhoea


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ga·lac·tor·rhoe·a

 (gə-lăk′tə-rē′ə)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of galactorrhea.

galactorrhoea

(ɡəˌlæktəˈriːə)
n
(Pathology) med an abnormal production of breast milk
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Parameters studied were body mass index, recent weight gain, dysmenorrhoea, dyspareunia, hirsutism, galactorrhoea and serum prolactin.
Menstrual disturbances, frequent headaches, visual symptoms, galactorrhoea, bone pains, muscle weakness, hirsutism and obesity/ weight gain are pointers of endocrine dysfunction.
A case of paroxetine-induced galactorrhoea with normal serum prolactin level.
One should examine the patient for evidence of sexual adverse events, including menorrhagia, amenorrhoea, galactorrhoea and erectile/ejaculatory dysfunction.
Care should be taken, of course, since complications such as galactorrhoea (too much milk supply) have been reported as being related to acupuncture use (Campbell & Macglashan, 2005).
The scope of content include ADRs related to antidepressants and neuroleptics and data on severe movement disorders, blood dyscrasias, cardiac complications, galactorrhoea and hyperglycaemia, therefore providing one of the most comprehensive data sets of ADRs related to psychiatric patients.
I think you may have a condition called galactorrhoea.
These tumours are typically associated with ovulatory dysfunction and galactorrhoea in women and with hypogonadism in men.
A YOU are describing a symptom called galactorrhoea.
Galactorrhoea is the medical term for the discharge of a milk-like substance from the nipples when a women hasn't been pregnant.
After prolonged administration side effects such as amenorrhea, gynaecomastia, galactorrhoea and alteration of libido may also occur in some patients.