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If the mother is already pregnant, she is unlikely to have any menstrual periods. Thus, that would not cause a problem to her.
A Gynecologist will be able to answer this question best after examining the mother. But a Prolactinoma can increase the levels of prolactin hormone in the body. This may lead to some disorders.
You should see a Gynecologist as soon as possible and get treated. I hope this helps you. All the best.
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