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You have a normal result and all the normal cells are seen. What do you want me to explain?
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Basically the increased prolactin is interfering with the other hormones and causing the delayed period. Your doctor needs to find out the cause for the increased prolactin and with treatment of the cause you will have regular cycles. The cause could be low thyroid hormones which can be checked by a blood test. Or it could even be increased and excessive stress or exercise.
Regarding the previous smear this is most likely due to the fault of the person who made the smear or due to fixation of the smear and not due to any abnormal cells in the smear. That is the reason the smear is repeated so that the next time extra care is taken in making a smear and its fixation.
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The cause for the hyperprolactinemia needs to found out since they seem to be high. The cause for this should not be assumed to be due to PCOS. Regarding treating the high prolactin levels this depends on the aim of treatment and which symptoms need to be reduced. If infertility needs to be treated then bromocriptine is recommended with induction of ovulation. If the aim is to treat irregular bleeding, then estrogen-progesterone preparations can be used.