Jun 3, 2007
Hi Dr Bob, this is the third time i'm emailing, please please help me, i promise to send a donation and to back off with the questions. I tested negative, but am wondering if my medication cabergoline for high prolactin could have caused false test results. Please answer, i appreciate you are busy, i will be eternally grateful.
damsel in distress
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Damsel in Distress,
Cabergoline, a potent dopamine receptor agonist used in the management of prolactinomas when bromocriptine is ineffective, does not affect HIV antibody production, the duration of the "window period" or any HIV test result. So my dear Damsel, I see absolutely no reason for distress, OK?
Be well. Stay well.
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