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Causes Of Hyperprolactinemia
Sometines: There are two medications that can lower prolactin levels, often to normal, in patients with prolactinomas- these are bromocryptine and cabergoline. In some cases if the prolactin has been persistently normal on the medication, it will remain normal after the medication is stopped. This should only be done under the supervision of an experienced endocrinologist. ...Read more
Latuda (lurasidone) and oxcarbazepine caused hyperprolactinemia, now untreated, the Dr office shut down how do I go about getting treatment?
Answer: contact another specialist in your local area----some of the side effects of the medications will wear off after time----some have more prolonged actions-----but you also have to deal with the PSY issues you were being treated for----for which you will need to establish with another physician in that specialty field ...Read more
An earlier question i asked, if risperdal can cause gynecomastia, a dr answered it may cause hyperprolactinemia. Would it be smart to get on bromocriptine or should I consider getting off risperdal?
If hyperprolactinemia is caused by antipsychotics, how long after quitting the antipsychotics does it take to disappear?
I have been diagnosed with hyperprolactinemia. Serum level of 97.9.My MRI does not show a tumor. What other things can cause this.?
A tumor: You may still have a little one in your pituitary that isn't showing on mri. I suspect that these underlying most cases of "hypothalamic-pituitary dysregulation" as i've found them at autopsy in people who have no idea. Trusting you're healthy otherwise ; not on meds or overstressed; many women with polycystic ovary disease run a somewhat high prolactin. Treatment (if you need it) may be empirical. ...Read more
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