Bromocriptine Usage And Dodage

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Juliana Says:


i was prescribed with Bromocriptine, but i'am confused beacuse i see there are two types: the capsules which are 5mg and the tablets 2.5 mg. my doctor prescribed me to take 1/2 tablet each night, but he means half of the 2.5 mg or the 5 mg one. Iam confused because maybe I think that he menat half of the capsule (5mg) which is the 2.5 tablet. Iam currently taking half of the 2.5 mg, is this right or I should take the 2.5 entirely, which is the half of the 5 mg? HELP PLEASEEE!!!!



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David Says:

If I were in your shoes, the best thing to do is exactly what you are already doing, taking half of the 2.5 mg tablet; as your doctor prescribed. Better safe to under-dose than overdose.

I can understand how it would be confusing and awkward to take half of a tablet. I would get ahold of your doctor to clear this misconception.

If you would like to learn more about the average dosing or any other information regarding this drug click on the link below...
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Bromocriptine/­

However if you do have any more questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to post back so I can further assist you.

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inOr Says:

The term "capsule" refers to a loose form of medication inside a swallowable soluble container of some kind, like a gelatin capsule. I don't think your doctor would tell you to take 1/2 of a capsule, since that would require dumping the other 1/2 every time you take one. Besides, you have the 2.5 mg tablet, which would be the same dose as 1/2 of the 5mg capsule.
Two action items: Speak with your doctor to be sure, and if I were I would take a dose of 1/2 of a tablet, unless taking enough drug is a matter of life or death. Read the labels on the bottles of the 2 dosage forms. What are their instructions?

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