galactagogue

increases milk secretion

Galactagogue

A galactagogue, or galactogogue, (from γάλα [γαλακτ-], milk, + ἀγωγός, leading) is a substance that promotes lactation in humans and other animals. It may be synthetic, plant-derived, or endogenous. ==Pharmaceutical== Synthetic galactagogues such as domperidone and metoclopramide interact with the dopamine system in such a way to ...
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galactagogue

<pharmacology> An agent that promotes the secretion and flow of milk. ... Origin: Galact-+ G. Agogos, to lead, leading ... (21 Jun 2000) ...
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galactagogue

(gә-lak´tә-gog) promoting the flow of milk. an agent that promotes the flow of milk.
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Galactagogue

An agent that encourages or increases the secretion of milk.
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galactagogue

galactagogue An agent that promotes the secretion and flow of milk.
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Galactagogue

herb to increase flow of breast milk in nursing mothers
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Galactagogue

Promotes or increases the secretion of milk in nursing mothers.
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galactagogue

Type: Term Pronunciation: gă-lak′tă-gog Definitions: 1. An agent that promotes the secretion and flow of milk.
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galactagogue

[n] - agent that induces milk secretion
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