Last summer I took a hormone test as a general health check and also on advice of people in a hairloss group who recommend to get diet perfect and then get hormones tested to help diagnose where hairloss might be coming from. I found oestrogen and prolactin were too high (both about double the top end of the normal range). For some reason at the time I thought oestrogen and prolactin were related, so I took Tamoxifen for 6 months and did another test. This time oestrogen was fine, but prolactin remained at double the high end of the range. To try and keep it a fair test, I didn’t remove Tamoxifen but added Cabergoline. I’ve been taking that at the recommended medical dose for treating high prolactin for 2 months now. At this point I’m thinking about doing another test. Assuming now all my hormones are balanced, all I’ll know from that test is that when taking Tamoxifen and Cabergoline, I’m fine. But then what? Do these meds actually fix the problem and allow you to come off and expect to remain at normal levels? Or am I only good when using them? I'm 32 my diet is perfect I’m very strict, and I exercise, haven’t used any steroids for over 2 years, so I can’t think of any other contributors that would help me here. I don't know how relevant this is but I also have gyno which I'm thinking about having removed. I know this will have been caused by the hormone imbalance but I've also read that all the time you have it, just having it will raise estrogen. Seems like an odd vicious circle and not sure how accurate this is. Has anyone else had odd hormone levels that they’ve recovered from in a similar situation?