High Prolactin

High levels of prolactin are known as hyperprolactinemia. It is normal during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Some other conditions that can raise the levels of prolactin are anorexia nervosa, hypothyroidism, kidney and liver problems, and prolactinoma.

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Can having a cyst in the ovary and high prolactin levels cause difficulty in conceiving?

Query: Hi doctor, Recently, I found out that I have a cyst in my right ovary of 2 * 2 cm size, which is growing further, and my left ovary is completely normal. Also, my blood test report showed that my prolactin level is 33.40 ng/mL, which is high. I took medicines tablet Cabergoline for 12 weeks as presc...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I suggest you reserve the next four to five months for siddha treatment and then try conception, as it will be effective that way. Ovum gets released from a different ovary each month, so it is better if you try conception when your left ovary releases the ovum. Al...  Read Full »

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