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Had thyroid problem, got operated, trying to concieve, prolactin level high, on medicines. Remedies?

hi first i would like to tell u about my thyroid problem....i had this problem but i did operated it,,,now i dont have any problem now a days im using clomid 50mg for pregnancy and i have completed my 2cycle of clomid tablet but yet i cant pregnant then i did prolactin prolactine leve is 101..which is too high... im using a tablet to reduce it but i feel too much laziness now a days kindly suggests me for pregnancy tblet...i would to get pregnant as soon as possible... plzzzz
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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welcome to health care magic
Thanks for your query
Tab.clomid is used to induce ovulation..
But your prolactin levels are too high to conceive they should come down..Normal levels of prolactin are 2-30 ng/ml..
You need to take dopamine agonist like bromocriptine to lower prolactin levels..then only you will conceive..
Consult infertility specialist and have your medications
Hope you understand my suggestion
Thank you
Answered: Tue, 21 May 2013
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