hyperprolactinemia


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hyperprolactinemia

n hiperprolactinemia
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He was lead author of a recent Spanish multidisciplinary consensus report on iatrogenic hyperprolactinemia secondary to antipsychotic agents.
Possible causes of amenorrhea include pregnancy, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid abnormalities, hyperprolactinemia, primary ovarian insufficiency, or hypogonadal amenorrhea, typically stimulated by the first instance of anorexia, Crohn's disease, celiac disease, or a gluten intolerance.
As reported as the research in 2006, polycystic ovary syndrome, hypothalamic amenorrhea, hyperprolactinemia, and ovarian failure were the most common causes of amenorrhea; in addition, functional hypothalamic amenorrhea (FHA) is responsible for 20–35% of secondary amenorrhea cases.
For example, persistent hyperprolactinemia was observed in women with alcohol use disorder (AUD) and no clinical evidence of alcoholic liver cirrhosis who reported an average daily alcohol intake of 170 g (i.
The etiology of this condition is unknown but various theories including endocrine imbalance, hyperprolactinemia and target organ hypersensitivity have been suggested by different researchers (3, 4).
Hyperprolactinemia correlates with serositis and anemia in SLE patients.
57% of them had high gonadotropin levels and hyperprolactinemia, high testosterone levels, which caused anovulation and 33% had menorrhagia.
6] Hyperprolactinemia badly affects the fertility possibility by ruining the pulsatile secretion of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH), thereby interfering with ovulation.
Clinical characteristics and presence of prolactinoma in women with hyperprolactinemia
Hyperprolactinemia can suppress reproduction in male and female human and laboratory animals [1].
Overall, APP appears to be well-tolerated, although it is associated with an increased risk of adverse effects, including sedation, extrapyramidal symptoms, hyperprolactinemia, sexual dysfunction, cognitive impairment, anticholinergic effects, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes.