Pregnancy outcomes following cabergoline treatment: extended results from a 12‐year observational study

@article{Colao2008PregnancyOF,
  title={Pregnancy outcomes following cabergoline treatment: extended results from a 12‐year observational study},
  author={A. Colao and R. Abs and D. G. B{\'a}rcena and P. Chanson and W. Paulus and D. Kleinberg},
  journal={Clinical Endocrinology},
  year={2008},
  volume={68}
}
  • A. Colao, R. Abs, +3 authors D. Kleinberg
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Endocrinology
  • Objective  Cabergoline is a dopamine agonist used to treat hyperprolactinaemia. Because hyperprolactinaemia is a significant cause of infertility in women, cabergoline and other dopamine agonists are frequently prescribed to reduce prolactin levels and restore normal menses. They are usually discontinued shortly after the patient becomes pregnant. Although cabergoline has been used to treat hyperprolactinaemia since the mid‐1990s, safety data related to maternal and foetal exposure to this… CONTINUE READING
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