Effects of bromocriptine on neuroleptic-induced amenorrhea, galactorrhea and impotence.

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The effects of bromocriptine on neuroleptic-induced endocrinological disturbances (amenorrhea, galactorrhea and impotence) were investigated. Bromocriptine (5.0-7.5 mg/day) was administered to psychiatric patients receiving neuroleptics and developing hyperprolactinemia. The following results were obtained. Menses recurred in 7 of 10 patients with… (More)

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