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Dostinex/ Cabergolin 0.5mg@4tabs by Pfizer

The Dostinex is a compound allowing reduce prolactin levels. It acts on dopamine receptors, thus lowering the level of prolactin. Taking Dostinex allows athletes to protect themselves against the unpleasant side effects caused by the cycles of certain anabolic steroids. In addition to reducing the level of prolactin, Dostinex increases libido, lowers blood pressure and improves erection.

Dostinex/ Caber 0.5mg@4tabs by Pfizer

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Dostinex/ Caber 0.5mg@4tabs by Pfizer

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Dostinex/ Cabergolin 0.5mg@4tabs by Pfizer
cabergoline tablets

DESCRIPTION:
The Dostinex is a compound allowing reduce prolactin levels. It acts on dopamine receptors, thus lowering the level of prolactin. Taking Dostinex allows athletes to protect themselves against the unpleasant side effects caused by the cycles of certain anabolic steroids. In addition to reducing the level of prolactin, Dostinex increases libido, lowers blood pressure and improves erection.

DOSTINEX Tablets contain cabergoline, a dopamine receptor agonist. The chemical name for cabergoline is 1-[(6-allylergolin-8β-yl)-carbonyl]-1-[3-(dimethylamino) propyl]-3-ethylurea. Its empirical formula is C26H37N5O2, and its molecular weight is 451.62. The structural formula is as follows:

Absorption

Following single oral doses of 0.5 mg to 1.5 mg given to 12 healthy adult volunteers, mean peak plasma levels of 30 to 70 picograms (pg)/mL of cabergoline were observed within 2 to 3 hours. Over the 0.5-to-7 mg dose range, cabergoline plasma levels appeared to be dose-proportional in 12 healthy adult volunteers and nine adult parkinsonian patients. A repeat-dose study in 12 healthy volunteers suggests that steady-state levels following a once-weekly dosing schedule are expected to be twofold to threefold higher than after a single dose. The absolute bioavailability of cabergoline is unknown. A significant fraction of the administered dose undergoes a first-pass effect. The elimination half-life of cabergoline estimated from urinary data of 12 healthy subjects ranged between 63 to 69 hours. The prolonged prolactin-lowering effect of cabergoline may be related to its slow elimination and long half-life.

Distribution

In animals, based on total radioactivity, cabergoline (and/or its metabolites) has shown extensive tissue distribution. Radioactivity in the pituitary exceeded that in plasma by >100-fold and was eliminated with a half-life of approximately 60 hours. This finding is consistent with the long-lasting prolactin-lowering effect of the drug. Whole body autoradiography studies in pregnant rats showed no fetal uptake but high levels in the uterine wall. Significant radioactivity (parent plus metabolites) detected in the milk of lactating rats suggests a potential for exposure to nursing infants. The drug is extensively distributed throughout the body. Cabergoline is moderately bound (40% to 42%) to human plasma proteins in a concentration-independent manner. Concomitant dosing of highly protein-bound drugs is unlikely to affect its disposition.

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Weight 1000 kg
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Strength

.5mg

Tablet Quantity

4Tabs

Country of Manufacture

Spain

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