Your TSH is normal but prolactin is high. It should not be more than 30 ng/mL. If you are taking any medicine then it may be due to the effect of that but still at 620 it is too high, or is it given in different units?
In that case, please refer to the reference value in your reports. If high, you will need further tests and steps to get treated for hyperprolactinemia before taking Clomiefne (Clomid).
For further queries consult an infertility specialist online.
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