Dostinex Sun Pharmaceuticals

Brand: Sun Pharmaceuticals Product Code: Cabergoline (Cabaser) Availability: In Stock

$19.00

Description

Cabergoline, a dopamine receptor agonist, an ergoline derivative, inhibits the secretion of prolactin. Helps to get rid of side effects caused by high levels of prolactin, such as: decreased libido, tired, depressed, gynecomastia (caused by high levels of prolactin).

This drug is mandatory during the course with the use of Nandrolons and Trenbolones.

Dosing regimen

Intended for oral administration. To prevent lactation – once on the first day after childbirth at a dose of 1 mg. To suppress the already available lactation – for two days to 250 mcg every 12 h. In the treatment of hyperprolactinemia, doses are selected individually. The initial dose is usually 500 mcg per week, usually in a single dose (sometimes in the form of two divided doses). In the future, if necessary, the dose is gradually increased – by 500 μg per week at intervals of 1 month. Usually the therapeutic dose is 1-2 mg per week, in some cases it can be increased to 4.5 mg per week. If the weekly dose exceeds 1 mg, then it is recommended to divide it into 2 divided doses. In some cases, a dose of 250 to 500 μg per week is effective.

Side effects

Usually the drug is well tolerated. If Dostinex is prescribed to prevent lactation or suppress it, dizziness, hypotension, insomnia, headache, nausea, and abdominal pain are often observed. These signs are weakly expressed and quickly pass. If the drug is used to treat hyperprolactinaemia, dizziness, headache, nausea, dyspepsia, abdominal pain, gastritis, constipation, general weakness, soreness of the mammary glands, depression, hot flushes to the face, hypotension, paresthesia are possible. These signs are weak or moderately expressed and pass quickly. The most common side effects occur within the first 14 days of taking Dostinex.

Side effects of Dostinex are additive, so when developing strong effects, it is recommended first to reduce the dosage, then try to increase it again if necessary (by 0.25 mg per week for 2 weeks). If the side effects are severe, which requires withdrawal of the drug, the symptoms disappear after 1-2 days. Adverse actions Usually the drug is well tolerated. If Dostinex is prescribed to prevent lactation or suppress it, dizziness, hypotension, insomnia, headache, nausea, and abdominal pain are often observed. These signs are weakly expressed and quickly pass. If the drug is used to treat hyperprolactinaemia, dizziness, headache, nausea, dyspepsia, abdominal pain, gastritis, constipation, general weakness, soreness of the mammary glands, depression, hot flushes to the face, hypotension, paresthesia are possible. These signs are weak or moderately expressed and pass quickly. The most common side effects occur within the first 14 days of taking Dostinex. Side effects of Dostinex are additive, so when developing strong effects, it is recommended first to reduce the dosage, then try to increase it again if necessary (by 0.25 mg per week for 2 weeks). If the side effects are severe, which requires withdrawal, the symptoms disappear after 1-2 days.