what is best for prolactin

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    i think i may have a prolactin issue..i gonna get checked to make sure.. what do you guys like far as natural and or drug. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiostate2827 View Post
    i think i may have a prolactin issue..i gonna get checked to make sure.. what do you guys like far as natural and or drug. thanks
    Vitamin B6 or its coenzyme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delita420 View Post
    Vitamin B6 or its coenzyme.
    yep, the P-5-P is the way to go, it does not have the toxicity of B6.
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    what brand of p-5-p is best
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    NOW brand is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiostate2827 View Post
    i think i may have a prolactin issue..i gonna get checked to make sure.. what do you guys like far as natural and or drug. thanks
    I have a patient right now with hyperprolactinemia and the drug being used to treat is bromocriptine.Treatment usually involves agonists of the physiologic inhibitor of prolactin which is dopamine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lennoxchi View Post
    yep, the P-5-P is the way to go, it does not have the toxicity of B6.
    Are you sure B6 is toxic? I was told by a personal trainer a while ago to take vitimin b6 for increaed recovery and he said it was one of the few vitimins you can take as much as you want because if it's not used you just pee it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffgammaman View Post
    Are you sure B6 is toxic? I was told by a personal trainer a while ago to take vitimin b6 for increaed recovery and he said it was one of the few vitimins you can take as much as you want because if it's not used you just pee it out.
    Apparently excessive B6 can cause nerve damage.
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    what about Cabergoline?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiostate2827 View Post
    what about Cabergoline?
    Definitely, it's is a dopamine receptor agonist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chops89 View Post
    Apparently excessive B6 can cause nerve damage.
    Is it only b6 that does and not the other b vitimins? Also not to jack the thred or anything but do b vitimins play any benifial role to the body builder aside from prolactin reduction?
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    Vitex?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gibsonj4 View Post
    Vitex?
    I like the way vitex made me feel, but I've only used it once. Not for prolactin control. Although I've read some literature about it being good for prolactin control. It's worth a shot.
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    Ginko Biloba reduces prolactin apparently, and this was found in an experiment on rats. The dosage was 50mg/kg for 28 days.

    Ginko

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