Galactorrhea in an Adolescent Girl

Patricia Ryan-Krause, MS, MSN, RN, CPNP


J Pediatr Health Care. 2009;23(1):54-58. 

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DK had no chronic illnesses, allergies, surgeries, or hospitalizations, and her immunizations were up to date. She took no medications (except ibuprofen as needed), supplements, complementary, or alternative products. Her previous WCC visit had occurred 18 months earlier with no acute visits in the interim. Her family history was non-contributory with the exception of a maternal grandmother with well-controlled hypertension. DK's mother's menarche occurred at 12 years of age.


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