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Had breast abscess, milk decreased after treatment. Does cabgolin cause decrease in milk? Is it possible to get milk in my breast?

i am 26yrs old and my son is 2months old. i had breast abscess in 2nd month of delivery. i complete my treatment , after my breast milk decreases finally no milk in my breast. i use cabgolin .5 tablets for 4 days continuously. is cabgolin tab decreases my breast milk? how many days this tablets effects inside body? is it possible to get milk in my breast?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.

YES, cabergoline causes decreased milk and actually its used for that purpose.

May i know why you used cabergoline if you want milk. This tablet effect will last at least for 4 weeks.

Yes it is possible to get breast milk after the effect of cabergoline wears off. Also medications like satavarex cause increase in breast milk.

Feel free to consult me directly


Dr. Som Biswas M.D.
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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