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145 Possible Causes for Hyperprolactinemia, Increased Sweating, Prolactin Increased

  • Acromegaly

    […] between teeth -, large hands and feet, increased sweating, in addition to a variety of systemic effects that affect blood pressure, blood fats and carbohydrate metabolism[] […] hormone pituitary adenoma hyperprolactinemia Received December 31, 1987.[] […] in serum prolactin levels (43.2 ng/mL).[]

  • Launois Syndrome

    Furthermore, there is a growth of feet and hands, excessive sweating, increased body odor, arthropathy, joint stiffness and pain, and osteoarthritis-like features.[] […] specified disorders of parathyroid gland E21.5 Disorder of parathyroid gland, unspecified E22 Hyperfunction of pituitary gland E22.0 Acromegaly and pituitary gigantism E22.1 Hyperprolactinemia[] Hyperprolactinemia is also common and may present as hypothyroidism, galactorrhea in females, and adrenal insufficiency.[]

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    A proper implantation of trophoblastic cells and an appropriate metalloproteinases activity is required to cause disintegration of basal membranes of cells. The activity of tissue matrix metaloproteinases can be inhibited by their matrix inhibitors - TIMP-s. Survivin is a member of inhibitor of apoptosis proteins family[…][]

  • Galactorrhea-Amenorrhea Syndrome

    […] appetite heart palpitations or irregular heartbeat (superventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation) tachycardia (rapid heart rate) heat intolerance and increased sweating[] In two other women with prolonged secondary amenorrhea but without hyperprolactinemia or galactorrhea, pyridoxine at dosages up to 600 mg/day did not restore ovulatory menses[] Review Topic QID: 106775 1 Decreased prolactin, decreased FSH, decreased LH 2 Decreased prolactin, increased FSH, increased LH 3 Increased prolactin, decreased FSH, increased[]

  • Phenothiazine

    Signs and symptoms of NMS include severe muscle stiffness, fever, fast heartbeat, difficult breathing, increased sweating, and loss of bladder control.[] Tuberoinfundibular pathway: Hyperprolactinemia Dopamine acts as prolactin-inhibiting factor, D2 blockade increases prolactin levels by promoting its release in the pituitary[] We report the second case of a patient given long-term phenothiazine therapy, which is known to increase serum prolactin levels.[]

  • Metoclopramide

    Symptoms of NMS include: high fever, stiff muscles, problems thinking, very fast or uneven heartbeat, and increased sweating. Parkinsonism .[] Twenty-five women were studied: eight with macroprolactin hyperprolactinemia, eight with monomeric hyperprolactinemia, and nine controls.[] Her serum prolactin levels increased from 7 to 133 ng/mL (normal 20 ng/mL) and hematocrit from 17% to 22% to 35%.[]

  • Pituitary Adenoma

    , increased sweating, vision changes, eye irritation, sudden paralysis and impaired fertility.[] Several medications are known to cause hyperprolactinemia (see chapter on Anterior Pituitary, Hyperprolactinemia Associated with Drugs).[] Prolactinomas increase blood levels of prolactin.[]

  • Hypothalamic Dysfunction

    SE of corticoids, especially fludrocortisone may be hypertension, edema, CHF, increased sweating, hypokalemia, muscle weakness, headache, allergic skin reaction (Roach & Ford[] […] precocious puberty, by age 12 years she had hypernatremia presumed secondary to central diabetes insipidus and was treated with DDAVP, and at age 14 was identified to have hyperprolactinemia[] […] levels (checked annually) do not increase substantially and there is no evidence of tumour enlargement.[]

  • Haldol

    Increased blinking or eyelid spasms Muscle weakness Sore throat and fever Uncontrolled twisting movements of neck, trunk, arms or legs Unusual bleeding or bruising Unusual[] […] whether gradual withdrawal will reduce rate of occurrence of withdrawal emergent neurological signs but until further evidence becomes available, gradually withdraw therapy Hyperprolactinemia[] In rare cases, haloperidol may increase your level of a certain chemical made by the body ( prolactin ).[]

  • Thiothixene

    Thiothixene can stop you sweating and increase your body temperature. It can also make your body unable to stand extreme cold. Avoid hot baths and saunas.[] […] dyskinesia, hypotension, drowsiness, insomnia, jaundice, blood dyscrasias, may mask emetic signs of overdosage or disease, lowered seizure threshold, rash, photosensitivity, hyperprolactinemia[] In rare cases, thiothixene may increase your level of a certain chemical made by the body ( prolactin ).[]