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Hi! I’m 25 years old girl. I’ve never be pregnant and I now I have galactorrhea. I just need to take medications and probably everything will be ok. But I heard that some women with galactorrhea can lose their menstrual periods. I’m wondering could galactorrhea be the cause of the amenorrhea?

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Yes, it’s true. Sometimes that can happen. If galactorrhea is a consequence of pituitary tumor, which means that probably you also have menstrual abnormalities. Pituitary tumor causes an overproduction of prolactin. And that can stop your menstruation. But, as I understood well, you don’t need to worry about that because your galactorrhea, fortunately, isn’t caused by tumor.
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