I am so sympathetic with your plight! It always seems to me that half my patients are weeping because they are pregnant AGAIN and half because they can't conceive -- its a mystery how this can all be fair!
I think that the Bromocriptine is a reasonable adjunct. If you were my patient, I would probably repeat a prolactin level after 1-3 months. Also, I would move forward with some other testing too, since you are right that it seems a tiny bit unlikely that this is the whole problem. If you have not had an HSG and semen analysis (for him of course) I would definitely do these as well. The other test I would definitely do is a day 21 progesterone.
And have you monitoring ovulation predictors of course. Depending upon results, I might consider moving on to a trial of Femara or Clomid, and/or IUI next.
Hope this helps!
I hope you become pregant. Well with me i too have a elevated prolactic mine was not a 25 more like 78 yes very high but, in lieu of that i have regular periods every month and ovulate (strange) idk myself my periods aren't even heavy or out of control just a normal 4-5 day cycle. I never took Bromocriptine my endo doctor just waited to see if my levels would go down and they haven't I've been trying for almost 9yrs to get pregnant and nothing. I recently had enough and finally went to a fertility doctor i had an HSG done and everythign seems normal tubes were open, cervix was fine all my blood work has been done and now just waiting. I honestly dont' know why i haven't been getting pregant 9 yrs that's a long long time.. now i do already have a 13yr old and have been pregannt twice after that it's very puzzling to me a bit frustrated. just wanted to share my story with you hope all is well and you get your bundle of joy cause i so want me another..... be blessed and have faith.