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    Old 09-18-2016, 08:00 PM   #1
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    Polycystic ovaries and high prolactin, what to do?

    I'm a 21 female, normal weight, usually super healthy.

    I originally saw the doctor for severe and persistent abdominal bloating/distention,
    after many tests and ultrasounds I have found out that I have polycystic cysts on both ovaries...
    However I am very healthy and normal in all other respects, the only imbalance in my blood tests was for high prolactin.
    Therefore I believe I do not have polycystic ovarian syndrome (testosterone and other hormone levels are normal)

    I am currently on a contraceptive pill to solve my consistently irregular cycle, this is one of many pills that I have tried due to horrible side effects (fainting, migraine with aura, irregular cycles). I have been on this particular pill 'Noriday' for just under 3 months (and 9 months prior to this was on a different brand of same thing) and both stopped me from having periods all together.... aka I haven't had my period for at least a year.

    Could my symptoms be due to this pill and should I go off it?
    if so what alternatives will help?
    Or should I wait longer to see if my symptoms reside with Noriday...

    My doctor has seen me so many times and doesn't answer many of my questions... he is always in a hurry.
    I am very confused and just want to be normal and healthy again....

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