If his pituitary is hypersecreting prolactin, what is done for it?

2 treatments. Prolactin secreting pituitary tumors can be cured with surgery and controlled with medication. Treatment decisions are based on the size of the tumor, whether there is impingement on surrounding structures, the age and general health of the patient and the desire for long term cure.
Usually medications. The medications Cabergoline and bromocriptine are very effective at reducing prolactin and shrinking prolactinomas. Even with large tumors these medications are usually used first, and often remove any need for surgery.