1.Abnormal milk flow for lactating mothers from the breast not related to nursing or childbirth (galactorrhea)
2.Cessation of menses not related to menopause
4.Decreased sexual interest
5. Headache/visual changes
What is the treatment of Prolactin hormone disorder?
Most patients with Prolactin tumours are treated with:
1. Bromocriptine (two or three times a day).
2.Cabergoline long acting and requires one or two doses per week
Prolactin levels often fall to normal within a few weeks of starting the treatment. In women, once prolactin has fallen to normal, menstrual cycles usually resume and fertility is restored in most cases. In men, testosterone levels may rise to normal, which brings an improvement in sex life.