Eglonyl / Espiride Commonly Spelt Eglinol- 30 June 2009

There have been quite a few queries about eglonyl and espiride. The one is the generic form of the other. The active substance in both of these is sulpiridewhich works by blocking dopamine receptors (aka neurotransmitters) in the brain.   This medicine seems to most commonly be used for depression. The prolactin ( prolactin- from lactose which is found in milk) in this drug has a milk stimulating effect....

Ceasar Tips- 6 May 2009

My doctor prescribed Eglonyl- common misspelt eglinol  (anti-depressant and it assists in milk supply) as soon as I had delivered. We had discussed this prior to the birth. I feel, as a result I did not suffer the third day blues and I feel it helped me to cope. I stopped them about two months after birth when I thought I didn’t need them any longer. It was great not having to experience the severe downs...
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