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    florida2001
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    PROLACTIN level SO LOW

    Hi, i stopped breastfeeding 4 months ago, my little one is 22 months now. We would like to have second baby, but I haven't had my period back. I had some blood tests done and the PROLACTIN came back SO LOW. Does anyone know how this could be related? My progesterone is also low. I have heard of high prolactin and difficulties to conceive, but LOW?


    I just checked Prolactin and the result makes me wonder, what is going on?

    Prolactin. 1.6L ng/ml normal range non pregnant 3.0-30
    post menopausal. 2.0-20

    thank you


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    SC-Kelley M.
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    Hi florida2001, I'm not a medical professional, so I cannot advice you on why your levels are low. Have you spoken with your OB/Gyn about this? If he/she is at a loss, you may want to consider a consultation with an REI (reproductive endocrinologist).


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