Caberlin 0.5 mg Tablet Information
Caberlin 0.5 mg Tablet is a prescription medication that is sold in the form of in a Tablet. It is used mostly to treat Acromegaly and Prolactinoma.
The ideal dosage of Caberlin 0.5 mg Tablets is dependent on the person’s body weight as well as health history, gender, and age. The condition it is prescribed for, as well as the method of administration, determine the proper dosage. For more details on this, go through the section on dosage.
A few other adverse effects of tablets are list below. These adverse consequences of Tablets are typically short-term and disappear with the conclusion of the treatment. If however, they become worse or don’t disappear, you should consult with your doctor.
Additionally, the Tablet’s effects are mild during pregnancy and severe for mothers who are lactating. Furthermore, the Tablet’s effects on the heart, liver, and kidney are describ here on the Tablet-related warnings section.
People who suffer from medical conditions such as high Blood Pressure, Heart Disease or Depression should refrain from using Caberlin 0.5 mg Tablet because it can have severe negative effects. Other conditions are mention under the Caberlin 0.5 mg Tablet warnings.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is taken before or after eating to lessen nausea and vomiting. Your physician will determine the right dosage and time for you based on your weight, age and the severity of your illness. Do not discontinue the use of Caberlin 0.5 mg your doctor informs you.
- Drowsiness, headache
- Nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, indigestion, inflamed stomach lining, constipation
- Dizziness, vertigo
- Fatigue, lack of bodily strength, weakness
- Blurred vision
- Low blood pressure after childbirth
- Breast pain
Caberlin 0.5 mg stops lactation (production of milk) by reducing levels of the hormone known as prolactin (a hormone that stimulates breastfeeding to create milk).