A 38-year-old male asked about a 40-year-old female:
My wife has a microadenome and used lisuride for 1 year, stopped it for 1 mth and then replaced with cabergoline. now she has a delay (7 days) normal?
1 doctor answer • 3 doctors weighed in
Internal Medicine 25 years experience
Get pregnancy test : women on Carbegoline treatment who could not conceive previously due to hyperprolactinemia (high blood prolactin levels) may become pregnant after starting this medication. Therefore please get a pregnancy test for her. Although relatively safe in pregnancy carbegoline is NOT the drug of choice in pregnancy. Therefore consult a Endocrinologist if she is pregnant about the choice of treatment.
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