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Bromocriptine reduces the level of the hormone prolactin by affecting the pituitary gland. It is sometimes used to treat conditions in which there is too much prolactin, such as certain forms of PMS and infertility.
Theoretical Interference with Drug Action
The herb chasteberry inhibits prolactin secretion and might have unpredictable effects if combined with bromocriptine.1–4
Last reviewedAugust 2013by EBSCO CAM Review Board
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