Cabergoline is helping to minimize thyroid tumor

Posted by organizingkaos @organizingkaos, Oct 14, 2021

My wife has been suffering with horrmone imbalance and thyroid related symptoms since childhood. In the last few years a doctor finally discovered a tumor on her thyroid. She was prescribed a relatively unknown drug called Cabergoline. It has minimized the tumor and will hopefully eradicate it completely. The drug is used primarily for treatment of Parkinsons and other similar conditions.
Fantastic Fungi is a documentary currently on Netflix. In this they discuss mushrooms and the healing capabilities they possess. Turkey Tail was a particular mushroom that had help an elderly woman rid her body of all tumors. I currently take Lions Mane and my wife as well. It has helped both of us in astonishing ways. We hope this can help

Interested in more discussions like this? Go to the Thyroid Cancer group.

@organizingkaos, what great news to hear that cabergoline is shrinking your wife's thyroid tumor.

"Cabergoline is a dopamine agonist that has been used as the first-line treatment option for prolactin-secreting pituitary adenomas for several decades. It not only suppresses hormone production from these prolactinomas, but also causes tumour shrinkage. Recent studies revealed some novel mechanisms by which cabergoline suppresses tumour cell proliferation and induces cell death."
For anyone interested in reading more, see this study:
– Treatment of Pituitary and Other Tumours with Cabergoline: New Mechanisms and Potential Broader Applications https://www.karger.com/Article/Fulltext/504000

OrganizingKaos, have you asked your wife's doctor about the supplements and complementary therapies, such as the ones you mention. Integrative therapies are increasingly accepted in cancer care. But you want to make sure that the ones you choose are complementary or not counterproductive. Some supplements may counteract the effects of treatment. I always refer to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) to verify the evidence for complementary therapies. They have a great reference library and website here:
https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health

REPLY
@colleenyoung

@organizingkaos, what great news to hear that cabergoline is shrinking your wife's thyroid tumor.

"Cabergoline is a dopamine agonist that has been used as the first-line treatment option for prolactin-secreting pituitary adenomas for several decades. It not only suppresses hormone production from these prolactinomas, but also causes tumour shrinkage. Recent studies revealed some novel mechanisms by which cabergoline suppresses tumour cell proliferation and induces cell death."
For anyone interested in reading more, see this study:
– Treatment of Pituitary and Other Tumours with Cabergoline: New Mechanisms and Potential Broader Applications https://www.karger.com/Article/Fulltext/504000

OrganizingKaos, have you asked your wife's doctor about the supplements and complementary therapies, such as the ones you mention. Integrative therapies are increasingly accepted in cancer care. But you want to make sure that the ones you choose are complementary or not counterproductive. Some supplements may counteract the effects of treatment. I always refer to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) to verify the evidence for complementary therapies. They have a great reference library and website here:
https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health

Jump to this post

Thank you for the comment and the information. I will definitely check out the website you suggested.

REPLY
@organizingkaos

Thank you for the comment and the information. I will definitely check out the website you suggested.

Jump to this post

I’ve also been on this medication for eight years it shrunk my pituitary tumor

REPLY
Please sign in or register to post a reply.
  Request Appointment