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I have gone through your hormone profile results and based on the values, you seem to have high testosterone
and prolactin levels and normal LH. Irregular periods
, high tetsosterone and prolactin levels favor the diagnosis of ovarian disorder
. Get your Thyroid levels checked as well.
You can get pregnant after your prolactin and testosterone levels come to normal and your cycles get regular. Taking medicines like Bromocriptine
will lower the prolactin levels.
Moreover , i assume that the iron levels you were referring to is Hemoglobin
and it is on the lower side and you might require to take iron injections along with oral iron supplementation. Anemia is a single most factor that can cause menstrual irregularities.
Please see the doctor and take medication accordingly.
Wish you a healthy Life.