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Re: Do Parnate/Nardil have anti-psychotic properties? LizDorothea

Posted by Ritch on August 2, 2002, at 10:07:27

In reply to Do Parnate/Nardil have anti-psychotic properties?, posted by LizDorothea on August 1, 2002, at 14:55:48

> Hi,
> Quick question, which was all ready stated in the subject:
> Does Parnate (or Nardil) have any anti-psychotic properties? If they don't, are there are any anti-psychotics that you can take if you take MAOIs? In particular, what about Seroquel?
> Thank you so much!
> Liz


Liz,

It depends on what monograph you read! Go to www.mentalhealth.com and click on Medications and then Tranylcypromine (or Parnate). It mentions use "in psychotic depressive states" such as manic-depression, involutional melancholia, etc. The Canadian monograph is different.

Mitch


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