Elevated prolactin levels caused by a small benign tumor (Prolactinoma) in the pituitary part of the brain. Hyperprolactinemia causes infrequent or absent menstrual periods and the production of breast milk in a woman who is not breastfeeding.
Breast milk secretion in women, not breastfeeding.
When prolactin levels are elevated, ovulatory dysfunction may result. Frequently caused by a small benign pituitary tumor, that is Prolactinoma.
Disease involving hormone overproduction: overproduction of growth hormones, resulting in enlarged bones in the hands, feet, jaw, nose, and ribs of adults.
Several different characteristics of sperm can cause male infertility.
Activated or transmitted by dopamine; about tissues or organs affected by dopamine.
A woman in childbirth or to the woman who has just give birth.
A very small pituitary
adenoma thought to cause hypersecretion syndromes.
An adenoma is a collection of growths of epithelial origin. Adenomas can grow from many organs, including the colon, adrenal, pituitary, thyroid, etc.
Benign breast disease:
A common condition marked by benign (noncancerous) changes may result in breast tissue. These changes may include irregular lumps or cysts, breast discomfort, sensitive nipples, and itching. These symptoms may change throughout the menstrual cycle and usually stop after menopause. He also called fibrocystic breast disease, fibrocystic breast changes, and mammary dysphagia.