Dr. Reeja KR, Dr. Ponnu Sara Joseph, Dr. Grace Mary John, Dr. Soorya Soman, Dr. George M Chandy
What is known and objectives: Hyperprolactinemia is a condition of increased serum prolactin level. The main physiologic control of prolactin secretion is exerted by the inhibition of dopamine, which is considered to be the cause of drug induced hyperprolactinemia. Case Summary: We describe a case report of a patient who presented with galactorrhoea secondary to Levosulpiride intake for treating functional dyspepsia. What is new and Conclusion: The incidence of pharmacologic hyperprolactinemia is underestimated. A detailed Medication Reconciliation done by clinical pharmacist can help in identifying such rare ADRs, which aids in treating the patient efficiently and cost effectively.