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On this episode, I discuss bromocriptine pharmacology. It is a dopamine agonist that can be used for hyperprolactinemia and Parkinson’s symptoms.
One of the major side effects of bromocriptine is nausea which stems from its dopamine agonist action.
Because bromocriptine is a dopamine agonist, it can counteract the action of antipsychotics.
Bromocriptine is broken down by CYP3A4, so drug interactions can be common. Erythromycin, some of the azole antifungals, verapamil, grapefruit juice, and diltiazem are all medications that can increase concentrations.
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