Which herbal supplement made a woman ooze a milky discharge?

US doctors are blaming a stinging nettle supplement, taken for allergies, for the 30-year-old’s galactorrhea

A woman developed galactorrhea after taking stinging nettle supplements to treat allergies, highlighting the importance of asking all patients about OTC preparations, say US doctors.

The 30-year-old presented to a primary care clinic at the University of Rochester in New York after developing an intermittent white discharge from both breasts.

The discharge appeared in the morning and was like colostrum, which the woman was familiar with due to a prior pregnancy.

The woman’s medical history included