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All about hyperprolactinemia (milk hormone) and the natural remedy

By On 10/09/2020

The milk hormone or prolactin is a protein hormone which is secreted by the front of the pituitary gland, as well as by the uterine lining of pregnant women, and therefore it is usually present in amniotic water.

Sometimes milk secretions from the breasts outside of breast-feeding (galactorrhea) are associated with high levels of prolactin in the blood (hyperprolactinemia).

Secretion of hormonal milk

The hormone prolactin is secreted in batches, on average once every 95 minutes. And the strength of the lot associated Hourly secretion during the day. Particularly strong and intense flare-ups are observed during sleep, especially deep sleep. It is also possible to notice the secretion of large amounts of prolactin under stress, during heavy physical exertion, under general anesthesia, or during surgery. Usually men have lower prolactin levels than women, especially during the two weeks before their period.

The level of prolactin in the blood of pregnant women is high early in pregnancy, and it can even reach ten times the level before pregnancy. After birth, the level of prolactin in the blood decreases, but each time the mother breastfeeds her child, the hormone level increases to about eight times the normal level and returns to normal two to three hours after the end of food.

Lactating Mother

The secretion of prolactin from the pituitary gland is under the control of many factors, but the most important of these factors is the hormone dopamine, which is secreted in a specific area of ​​the brain. Its job is to inhibit the secretion of prolactin and maintain the proper level. In some cases, such as  hypothyroidism  , there is an excessive secretion of the thyroid-releasing hormone (Thyrotropin-releasing hormone-TRH) by the brain, which results in a significant increase in the secretion of prolactinemia and causes a hyperprolactinemia. Thus, it affects and disrupts all the processes in which prolactin plays a role. Therefore, thyroid therapy is needed to balance prolactin levels.

Mode of action of our natural treatment

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Our natural herbal treatment is very effective in healing excess prolactin in the blood. These are herbal teas in the form of powder which aims to suppress the excessive production of prolactin and activate the release of dopamine, decreases the tumor mass in varying proportions, then boost the quality of your ovulation. The treatment also improves the functioning of  the thyroid gland .

Duration of treatment

The duration of our natural treatment to reduce excess prolactin in the blood varies from 2 to 3 months. Our support is individualized. It will vary depending on your symptoms and your expectations.

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Hormonal function of milk

The main function of prolactin in humans is related to the reproductive system.

In men

In men, prolactin plays a major role in maintaining healthy levels of the hormone testosterone, which is a key hormone in   male sexual ability and sperm production.
Therefore, we see that some men who have hyperprolactinemia suffer from a decrease in sexual desire (libido) to a degree that makes it difficult for an erection to occur.

In women

In breastfeeding women, hyperprolactinemia can slow the growth of follicles in the ovaries and prevent a new pregnancy.

In addition, the excessive secretion of prolactin in women affects the normal processes associated with ovulation and can become a cause of infertility (infertility).

The negative effects can be represented by the obstruction of the secretion of the luteinizing hormone (LH) responsible for the release of the egg from the mature follicle into the ovary, and this can also be represented by the reduction in the production of ovarian hormones such as estrogen and progesterone.

Symptoms of milk hormones

Signs of elevated prolactin or symptoms of hyperprolactinemia (hyperprolactinemia) are:

  • The spontaneous discharge of milk from the breast, known as galactorrhea, appears in women and also in men who have very high levels of the hormone prolactin produced by the pituitary gland.
  • Irregular menstruation in women.
  • Incidence of  osteoporosis  in both sexes.
  • Lack of sexual desire.
  • Decreased fertility (infertility).
  • Headache and difficulty seeing.
  • Breast growth in men.

Causes and risk factors of prolactin

The most common causes of hyperprolactinemia are benign prolactin-secreting tumors and certain types of drugs.

Diagnosis of milk hormones

During the process of diagnosing high levels of prolactin in the blood, the hormonal system and its integrity are examined. These tests are simple blood tests that include:

  • Check testosterone levels
  • Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
  • Prolactin
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
  • Blood sugar level 

Hormonal therapy in milk

Hormonal treatment of milk is done by knowing the causes of hyperprolactinemia, the most common of which are benign tumors that secrete prolactin and certain types of drugs.

This excess secretion will be stopped if it is reduced (inhibited) by certain drugs derived from bromocriptine , or when the drugs which caused the overproduction of prolactin are stopped.

In addition, in most cases, benign prolactin-secreting tumors can be treated with drug therapy without surgery.

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