Prolactin is a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain and is most commonly associated with breastfeeding because releasing it stimulates milk production in the breast. I am not certain of why you are taking a prolactin-reducing medication long-term, but common prolactin-reducing medications do not list darkened skin as a known side effect, so I would be concerned that perhaps there is another reason for your changed skin colour. I would recommend discussing further with the doctor who prescribed the medication. You could also speak with the pharmacist who dispensed the medication to get some more information about it.
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