Pregnancy outcomes following cabergoline treatment: extended results from a 12-year observational study

June 2008
Current Medical Literature: Gynecology & Obstetrics;2008, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p102
Academic Journal
The article discusses research being done on the impact of cabergoline administration on pregnancy outcome. It references a study by A. Colao and colleagues, published in the 2008 issue of "Clinical Endocrinology." The study examined fetal exposure to cabergoline in several pregnant women. It concluded that cabergoline exposure does not increase the risk of miscarriage or fetal malformation.

Tags: PREGNANCY -- Complications;  PREGNANT women;  DRUGS -- Side effects;  MISCARRIAGE;  FETUS -- Growth


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