Evidence suggests that cabergoline has antidepressant effect. Studies show that this may be attributed to its ability to mimic dopamine activity and reduce prolactin levels:
1. In patients with depression who failed to attain complete remission, cabergoline treatment resulted in dramatic improvement in energy levels and fatigue. 
2. In patients with major depressive disorder induced by hyperprolactinemia, cabergoline treatment led to complete absence of depressive symptoms. 
3. Addition of cabergoline in the treatment regimen of patients with depression augmented the effect of antidepressants. 
4. In rats, cabergoline administration produced anti-depressant effect as evidenced by decreased immobility time in the forced swimming test. 
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