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Hyperprolactinemia, distress, and hostility.

The scores of 14 women with hyperprolactinemia on the Symptom Rating Test and the Symptom Questionnaire were compared with those of nonpsychotic women attending a psychiatric clinic, women attending a family practice clinic, and female nonpatient employees. The scores of the hyperprolactinemic women were similar to those of the psychiatric patients. Hyperprolactinemic patients were significantly more hostile, depressed, and anxious and had more feelings of inadequacy than family practice patients and nonpatient employees. The authors recommend measuring the serum prolactin levels of women with depression, hostility, anxiety, and symptoms or signs suggestive of hyperprolactinemia.[1]


  1. Hyperprolactinemia, distress, and hostility. Kellner, R., Buckman, M.T., Fava, G.A., Pathak, D. The American journal of psychiatry. (1984) [Pubmed]
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