In pregnancy the body goes through hormonal changes, even before one reads the word “pregnant” on a pregnancy test. The hormone levels of: hCG, progesterone, relaxin, estrogen, and prolactin elevate in gestation. Each of these hormones have its own particular job, however they work together to promote healthy progression of growth of the placenta, the baby, and the gestational carrier. Prolactin is our final fab five early pregnancy hormone and . . .