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In approximately 15% of PCOS patients a high prolactin level may be present which is associated with Galactorrhoea (inappropriate fluid of milk secretions from the nipples). This means may in turn cause ovulatory dysfunction and infertility. The prolactin levels can quite easily be corrected and in many cases, may restore infertility from potential to normal. However, in some cases for the treatment with ovulation induction agents may also be necessary to overcome the ovulatory dysfunction problem of PCOS.
Answered by:Dr Cassim
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