galactorrhea

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galactorrhea

[gə‚lak·tə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
Excessive flow of milk.
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Galactorrhoea can be treated with drugs and, when necessary, surgical removal of the pituitary tumour.
Galactorrhoea disappeared in 2 of the 3 patients after 3 months of therapy and in the remaining after 4 months of cabergoline therapy.
A YOU are describing a symptom called galactorrhoea.
Galactorrhoea is the medical term for the discharge of a milk-like substance from the nipples when a women hasn't been pregnant.