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Treated prolactinoma by taking cabergoline. Pain in both breast. Side effect of medicine?

Hello, for the past 9 months I have been taking 0.25mg cabergoline weekly to treat a prolactinoma . All my symptoms seem to have resolved now and I am no longer experiencing any of the initial side effects from the drug. However, in the last two months I ve been experiencing pain in both breasts at night when I roll onto my side. Could this be caused by the medication and is there anything I can do to stop this? Should I be worried? Thanks Nicki
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi Nicki,
Thank you for choosing Healthcaremagic. Your symptoms are unlikely to be due to cabergoline. Your painful breast needs to be evaluated. You need to be clinically evaluated, and if required need a scan of breasts to rule out any other problem.
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Answered: Sun, 21 Jul 2013
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