Galactorrhea

Galactorrhea: The spontaneous flow of milk from the nipple at any time other than during nursing. Galactorrhea can be due to 'normal' factors such as an unrecognized pregnancy, trauma, surgery, overexercise or one of a number of drugs (including amphetamine, cimetidine, female hormone replacement therapy, hydroxyzine, methyldopa, nicotine, narcotic...
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galactorrhea

(gә-lak″to-re´ә) excessive or spontaneous milk flow; persistent secretion of milk irrespective of nursing. Called also lactorrhea. See also hyperlactation.
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galactorrhea

excessive flow of milk from the breast, or lactation that is not associated with childbirth or nursing. The abnormal production of milk in women is ...
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galactorrhea

galactorrhea 1. Any white discharge from the nipple that is persistent and looks like milk. 2. Continued discharge of milk from the breasts between intervals of nursing or after the child has been weaned. Synonym: incontinence of milk, lactorrhea.
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galactorrhea

Type: Term Pronunciation: gă-lak′tō-rē′ă Definitions: 1. Any white discharge from the nipple that is persistent and looks like milk. 2. Continued discharge of milk from the breasts between intervals of nursing or after the child has been weaned. Synonyms: incontinence of milk, lactorrhea
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galactorrhea

The discharge of milk from the breasts unassociated with nursing or childbirth.
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Galactorrhea

Spontaneous breast milk production by a woman that is not pregnant and has not just given birth. The condition can be caused by high levels of prolactin, the use of oral contraceptives, marijuana, herbal supplements, or the use of antipsychotic medications.
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Galactorrhea

Galactorrhea (also spelled galactorrhoea) (galacto- + -rrhea) or lactorrhea (lacto- + -rrhea) is the spontaneous flow of milk from the breast, unassociated with childbirth or nursing. Galactorrhea is reported to occur in 5%-32% percent of women. Much of the difference in reported incidence can be attributed to different definitions of galactorrhea...
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Galactorrhea

(ga-lak-to-re-ah) An excessive flow of breast milk in men or women. This is sometimes a side-effect
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