Hyperprolactinemia is a condition where PROLACTIN levels are abnormally high. There are many causes of this condition including the use of certain hormones
not native to the human body. These hormones are most often used by competitive bodybuilders.
Certain prescription medicines can also increase prolactin levels. These include medicines for:
high blood pressure (such as calcium-channel blockers and methyldopa)
depression (tricyclic and SSRI antidepressants)
ulcers (H2 antagonists)
heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (metoclopramide)
pain (opiates—drugs derived from opium)
serious mental health disorders (antipsychotics such as risperdal and haloperidol)
What are the signs and symptoms of hyperprolactinemia?
Infertility, decreased sex drive, and bone loss.
Men may also have:
Erectile dysfunction—trouble getting or keeping an erection
Breast enlargement, called gynecomastia
Decreased muscle mass and body hair
Obviously this is a serious condition and should be addressed by anyone suffering from these symptoms.
While Prolactrone is not intended to treat any disease nor is it a medication medical research studies indicate that the combined ingredients in Prolactrone
can in fact reduce prolactin levels.
INCREASED HGH LEVELS
In addition to Prolactrone’s potential to reduce prolactin levels it also has some exceptional added benefits.
Research indicates that the combined ingredients may increase Human growth hormone levels up to 800% above normal.
With HGH levels this high one could expect an increase in lean muscle as well as considerable fat loss. In addition skin and hair and eyes improve as hgh aids in healing the body.
Users are reporting more restful sleep, increased libido and an overall general sense of improved wellbeing.
This product is ALL NATURAL and extracted 100% from plants instead of manufactured chemicals that are harmful to the body.
Ldopa is a strong supplement and can have interactions with other medications.
Please check this list for potential interactions before using Prolactrone.
Always consult a dr before starting a new supplement program.
Major interactions: http://www.drugs.com/drug-interactions/carbidopa-levodopa-index.html?filter=3&generic_only=
Avoid Heavy depressants and iron supplements when taking prolactrone.