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    Pregnant? confused!
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    Jay14x posted:
    My periods have always been irregular. about 6 months ago i was diagnosed with high prolactin & a prolactinoma (a tumor on my pituitary glad that excretes prolactin) i was on .05mg twice a week. got my periods regularly for two months. my prolactin leveled out. then my periods stopped for one month. then this month i ovulated late. i know for a fact i ovulated, and my boyfriend finished inside twice. 3days later i had a short period about 2 days heavy for about 12 hours then disapeared which isnt normal. is there any chance of pregnancy? we are using no form of contraceptive (i know ) because i need to regulate my periods. someone help?
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    Jay14x responded:
    .05mg of cabergoline for the prolactinoma


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