JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM -- Cabergoline is a medication useful for reducing the amount of prolactin hormone released from the pituitary gland, which is also a dopamine receptor agonist.
As explained by dr. Tania Savitri, Monday (11/13/2017) cabergoline is used to treat hormonal imbalance where there is too much prolactin in the blood. The drug, with its generic name carbegoline, is sold under the dostinex brand.
However, for those of you who have allergies, such as itching, difficulty breathing, swollen face, lips, tongue, or throat should stop taking the drug.
Stop taking cabergoline if you have serious side effects such as:
Feeling shortness of breath when doing activities, chest discomfort, dry cough, feeling weak or tired, loss of appetite, rapid weight loss, feeling as if you are about to faint, lower back pain, urinating less than usual or not urinating at all, swelling at the wrists and feet.
You may also feel that you have increased sex drive, unusual drive to gamble, or other strong uncommon urges while taking this medicine.
Light side effects are nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, gas, indigestion, headache, constipation, depression, drowsy, head twitching, nervous, burning or flushing sensation throughout the body, numbness or feeling of tingling, and dry mouth.