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Soo i have some worries, that maybe some of you could shed some light on?
I started having irregular periods, and i went to the doctor, who said 'your fsh and cortisol are high'. So i said thats fine, i dont want kids of my own...
And then i googled! lol. I saw that galactorhea is not as common as i thought. I am 34 and have been having galactorhea for at least 10 years now. Sometimes is daily, and for the past few months its rare, but still exists. I thought it was common for women.
I am away on vacations for three months and i wont be able to do further testing before i am back.
But im worried. I contacted some specialists and all are asking about my prolactin levels, which the first doctor didnt test.
In general, i dont have hot flushes, or whatever 'the change' brings. I am feeling cold all the time actually. I have a heater on my desk and under my desk at work lol
So my questions are...does a prolactinoma cause high fsh and abnomal periods?
Can galactorhea have fluctuations?
Can you miss a prolactinoma on a simple mri?
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