Cabergoline is a dopamine agonist designed to reduce prolactin levels. In medical circles, it is commonly used to fight prolactin, a benign pituitary tumor that can cause excessive prolactin production. It is also used by athletes who take supplements with anabolic steroids that can increase prolactin levels, such as nandrolone and trenbolone.
Cabergoline directly correlates with the long-acting D2 receptor, thereby suppressing the secretion of prolactin in the body and, in turn, reducing the level of prolactin in the blood. For an athlete who takes mainly anabolic steroids, some steroids can increase the level of prolactin in the body. Elevated prolactin levels can lead to prolactin-induced gynecomastia in individuals predisposed to gynecomastia. Some athletes also prefer to use cabergoline because of the adrenaline rush caused by increased dopamine levels. How effective it is, the data is inconclusive, but many athletes trust them. A splash can also improve memory and the ability to learn without fatigue.
Frequent use of Cabergoline among athletes is a dosage of 0.25 mg with a frequency of four days. In cases of exceeding the limit value of prolactin, it is necessary to reduce the frequency of use of this drug to one day. Leave the dosage unchanged. It is necessary to pay attention to the fact that the drug should be started during the steroid course, and completed 2 weeks after the end of the anabolic drug.
|Active ingredient, mg||0,25|
|1 pill, mg||0,25|
|Packing||Packing (20 pills), 1 pill|