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Galactorrhea is most commonly associated with elevated levels of prolactin; however, it does happen in individuals whose prolactin level is within normal range. Galactorrhea has been reported after neurosurgical procedures, cranial trauma or cerebral hemorrhage affecting the hypothalamus, pituitary or pituitary stalk, but these were associated with elevated levels of prolactin. In our knowledge, there has not been a case reported wherein a patient developed normoprolactinemic galactorrhea afterdoi:10.5430/crim.v6n1p8 fatcat:n7a7in76lnhnrh6yptzlgsjqoa