A mixed dopamine agonist-antagonist medication used to treat parkinson’s disease and hyperprolactinemia. Bromocriptine may also have utility in the treatment of neuroleptic malignant syndrome, cocaine withdrawal, and depression. Marketed under the brand names cycloset and parlodel.

A drug which functions like dopamine, used to treat excessive lactation, breast pain, some forms of infertility, growth disorder and Parkinson’s disease.

A drug that stimulates dopamine receptors in the brain. It inhibits production of the hormone prolactin and is used to treat galactorrhoea (abnormal milk secretion) and also to suppress normal lactation. The drug is helpful in treating premenstrual breast engorgement and also acromegaly.

Parlodel, commonly referred to as the primary medication, is utilized in the treatment of galactorrhea. It achieves this by reducing the levels of the hormone prolactin.

Bromocriptine, a medication employed to inhibit the secretion of prolactin, a hormone, finds utility in the treatment of various conditions such as noncancerous pituitary tumors. Additionally, it may be utilized to suppress lactation following childbirth and manage Parkinson’s disease. Potential side effects encompass nausea and vomiting, while higher doses may induce drowsiness and confusion.