I went to see a second Endocrinologist for a second opinion on my condition a few days ago. My tumor was small (4mm) when I first had my MRI back in August. Because of this, he said he didn't think I needed to be taking Dostinex twice a week--he said he would try me on one time a week and see how it affected my prolactin levels. He said he would take me off it entirely after two years because I am otherwise a healthy male. Has anyone had experience going off Dostinex? Did the tumor and symptoms return? I was led to believe by my other Endo that I would be on Dostinex for life.
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