Cabergoline is a means of suppressing the secretion of prolactin; it also enhances libido and erection, significantly shortens recovery time between intercourse and lowers blood pressure. Cabergoline is a derivative of ergot alkaloids, and by its mechanism of action it is an agonist of dopamine (D2) receptors. It is a more modern and safer analogue of bromocriptine. The drug makes it possible to almost completely eliminate the main side effects of steroids such as Nandrolon and Trenbolone.
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Cabergoline's main mechanism of action is the activation of D2 receptors, which are located on the lactotrophic cells of the pituitary gland. Excitation of dopamine receptors in this area leads to a decrease in the secretory function of prolactin-producing cells.
In addition, interaction with other receptors has been studied: D3, D4, 5-HT1A, 5-HT2A, 5-HT2B, 5-HT2C, α2B. Antagonism with α2B receptors further explains the positive effects on erectile function.
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