Overdosage might be expected to produce nasal congestion, syncope, or hallucinations. Measures to support blood pressure should be taken if necessary.
The recommended dosage of Cabergoline Tablets for initiation of therapy is 0.25 mg twice a week. Dosage may be increased by 0.25 mg twice weekly up to a dosage of 1 mg twice a week according to the patient’s serum prolactin level. Before initiating treatment, cardiovascular evaluation should be performed and echocardiography should be considered to assess for valvular disease.
Dosage increases should not occur more rapidly than every 4 weeks, so that the physician can assess the patient’s response to each dosage level. If the patient does not respond adequately, and no additional benefit is observed with higher doses, the lowest dose that achieved maximal response should be used and other therapeutic approaches considered. Patients receiving long term treatment with Cabergoline should undergo periodic assessment of their cardiac status and echocardiography should be considered.
After a normal serum prolactin level has been maintained for 6 months, cabergoline may be discontinued, with periodic monitoring of the serum prolactin level to determine whether or when treatment with cabergoline should be reinstituted. The durability of efficacy beyond 24 months of therapy with cabergoline has not been established.
Cabergoline Tablets are a white to off-white, oval shape, flat face, beveled edge tablet containing 0.5 mg cabergoline. Each tablet is debossed “P” bisect line “P” on one side and “673″ on the other side.
Cabergoline Tablets are available as follows:
|Bottles of 8 tablets||NDC 49884-673-14|
Store at controlled room temperature 20° to 25° C (68° to 77° F) [see USP].
Dispense in original container.
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977
| CABERGOLINE |
|Labeler — Par Pharmaceutical, Inc. (092733690)|
|Registrant — Par Pharmaceutical Inc. (092733690)|
Revised: 11/2019 Par Pharmaceutical, Inc.
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