Someone asked a question about this the other day - so I know there's someone else on here (I was the only one that answered her question, so I got best answer and can forward your info to her if you want). I had high prolactin levels when I was in my early 20s. I wasn't trying to conceive, but it was causing my periods to be late/nonexistent. The dr originally thought I had a tumor on my pituitary, but when they did the MRI, they didn't find one. I went to a fertility specialist and he told me it would be very difficult for me to get pregnant and to come back and see him when I was ready. I went on BC pills for a year to regulate my period, and then I quit. I wasn't trying to get pregnant, but I wasn't trying not to either (I was married). About 6 months later I found out I was pregnant. I'm now 37 and have 5 kids - after the first one I never had trouble conceiving and no more problems with prolactin levels either.
at 7:45 PM on Feb. 4, 2011