Nausea, Pain in extremity, Altered heart rate, Chest pain, Decreased blood pressure, Dilation of the pupil of the eye, Shortness of breath, Ecg changes, Headache, Increased blood pressure, Increased blood urea, Narrowing of blood vessels, Tachycardia, Heart beat irregular, Vomiting
Frequently Ask Questions:
Q. Is dopamine a hormone/ a neurotransmitter/ a catecholamine/ a monoamine/ a chemical/ a stimulant/ a protein/ a vasopressor?
Dopamine is not a protein; it is a chemical, hormone, neurotransmitter, stimulant, monoamine, catecholamine and a vasopressor
Q. Does dopamine cause vasodilation/ anxiety/ make you tired/increase libido/ increase systemic vascular resistance (svr)/ cause addiction?
Dopamine causes vasodilation and may increase systemic vascular resistance possibly when taken in high amounts. Dopamine use can lead to addiction
Q. Is dopamine inhibitory or excitatory/ does dopamine inhibit prolactin?
Dopamine is a special neurotransmitter because it is considered to be both excitatory and inhibitory. It is a prolactin inhibitor.