Elevated Prolaciton (EPL) is a condition where prolactine is converted to estrogen.
This causes prolactins to be elevated in the bloodstream and may be caused by an increase in prolactinemia.
The elevated prolacin levels can also be caused through the use of hormone replacement therapy.
However, the increased prolactines can also lead to the development of prostate cancer, and EPL has been linked to prostate cancer risk.
EPL can also result from a condition known as “post-traumatic stress disorder.”
EPL is the result of excessive prolactone production in the body.
Epl is a medical condition that causes prolacines to increase and to become elevated in a person’s blood.
ECL can cause prolacone production to become more pronounced and may lead to EPL symptoms, including increased prolacinemia and decreased testosterone.
A diagnosis of EPL requires a physical exam, and the patient must have a blood test taken for prolacones.
ELL is a common condition and can occur in all genders.
The diagnosis is based on a number of factors, including: the patient’s age