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I do not think that you have a tumor.
At this point your next step should be for you and your partner to get a complete workup to see why you are not getting pregnant.
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You have a pituitary tumor that is common in women called a microadenoma. The treatment is a CT scan or MRI to be sure it is small, followed by treatment with a medication called bromocriptine. This will bring the prolactin level down and allow you to ovulate on your own