Milky nipple discharge not associated with gestation or present >1 year after weaning. Galactorrhea does not include serous, purulent, or bloody nipple discharge.
Usually bilateral milky nipple discharge; may be spontaneous or induced by stimulation
Determine possibility of pregnancy or recent discontinuation of l...
Identify and treat the underlying cause.
Avoid excess nipple stimulation.
Discontinue causative medications, if possible.
If SSRI/SNRI is implicated, trial of mirtazapine instead.
Bromocriptine patients require adequate hydration.
Discontinue dopamine agonist in pregnancy.
Check prolactin levels every 6 weeks until normalize...
N64.3 Galactorrhea not associated with childbirth
N64.52 Nipple discharge
78622004 Galactorrhea not associated with childbirth (disorder)
54302000 Discharge from nipple (disorder)
Galactorrhea is a common disorder, affecting up to 50% of reproductive-age women.
Galactorrhea is defined as bilateral milk production, usually milky, but can be varied.
Common causes in...
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