Last updated: Wednesday, 01, December, 2010
Clinical assessment, including drug history, presence of features suggesting hypothalamic/pituitary disorder.
Although galactorrhoea may occur with normal prolactin levels, it is usually associated with hyperprolactinaemia: prolactin, if appropriate.
See also Pituitary hormone excess.
See Pituitary hormone excess - Prolactin
Local breast lesion/irritation
Renal failure - chronic
Autonomous prolactin secretion