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Keep all medicines away from children and pets. Do not flush medications down the toilet or pour them into a drain unless instructed to do so. Properly discard this product when it is expired or no longer needed.
You can use either drug safely for several years, if needed. But once you stop taking the drug, hyperprolactinemia may return. As an added precaution, your doctor may stop you from taking bromocriptine or cabergoline if you find out that you re pregnant.
Side effects could be mild or serious, temporary or long term. The side effects listed here are not experienced through everyone who requires this medication. If youre concerned about unwanted effects, discuss the risks and advantages of this medication together with your doctor.
When To Call A Professional Call your doctor if your tremor starts to interfere with your ability to do your normal, daily activities. Prognosis Treatment can minimize the symptoms. But essential tremor slowly worsens over time.For example, excessive copper deposits and exposure to mercury or.
To date, bromocriptine has been the main drug of choice to reduce prolactin levels, however clinical studies have confirmed that cabergoline is much more effective in this regard. For example in 450 tested subjects over 8-weeks 77 of the subjects had their prolactin levels returned.Furthermore.
I read some of the side effects and warnings and they freaked me out. We think we will do IUI in April. But my husband works an hour away and it is hard for him to get off work and IUI requires some serious schedule. Effects of cabergoline on pregnancy and embryo-fetal development: Retrospective study on 103 pregnancies and a review of the literature. Pituitary. 2010;13:34550. PubMed 10. Holmgren U, Bergstrand G, Hagenfeldt K, Werner S.
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