Hello and thank you for posting your query on HCM
As you have mentioned that your prolactin
levels are high (36.4 ?ng/ml).
Raised levels of prolactin are seen in pcos
(polycystic ovarian syndrome
) which is characterized by formation of multiple follicles in ovaries but none matures to form a dominant follicle. This is responsible for your irregular periods
You will require further tests- LH levels, FSH levels and blood glucose
X-ray or CT of head may be done to rule out a prolactin producing tumor
which is located in head.
You will need to consult an endocrinologist
who deals with these cases.
Thanks and take care