Author Topic: MILK? FERTILITY?  (Read 3171 times)

Offline getrippedordietrying

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 :'( :'( :'(If i squeeze the nips hard enuf a drop of clear liquid will come out which is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. Also, i read this condition is related to excess prolactin which can result in a male becoming sterile which would ruin my life completely,no offence to anyone that is sterile i just really want to have kids when i grow up.

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Offline normexcept

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I've been reading about the condition as I have elevated prolactin levels as well.  It looks like this condition can be treatable.  Everything I read says GO GET EXAMINED BY AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST!  That professional will be able to find out specifically what is wrong and can prescribe the best treatment.  There are several drug therapies that apparently work fvery successfully for different endocrine system problems.  If there is a prolactinoma tumor on the Pituitary gland, the endocrinologist will be able to determine the size, etc. so next steps for treatment can be followed up on.

See this Wikipedia article:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolactinoma

or this Mayo Clinic article:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/prolactinoma/DS00532/DSECTION=2

Offline Paa_Paw

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Great answer.
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Offline Time_to_fix_it

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I've been reading about the condition as I have elevated prolactin levels as well.  It looks like this condition can be treatable.  Everything I read says GO GET EXAMINED BY AN ENDOCRINOLOGIST!  That professional will be able to find out specifically what is wrong and can prescribe the best treatment.  There are several drug therapies that apparently work fvery successfully for different endocrine system problems.  If there is a prolactinoma tumor on the Pituitary gland, the endocrinologist will be able to determine the size, etc. so next steps for treatment can be followed up on.

See this Wikipedia article:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolactinoma

or this Mayo Clinic article:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/prolactinoma/DS00532/DSECTION=2

Excellent advice ... see an Endo.  And don't worry.
Surgery performed by Mr Levick at The Priory Hospital Bimingham (UK) 20th October 2006

Offline meegle

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i can lactate to ... i have puffy nipples not breast. but thank god im fertile!


 

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