Tranylcpromine Withdrawal

Tranylcpromine Withdrawal Symptoms may include but not limited to:

Tranylcpromine taperingaggression, anxiety, balance issues , blurred vision , brain zaps, concentration impairment, constipation, crying spells, depersonalization, diarrhea, dizziness. electric shock sensations, fatigue, flatulence, flu-like symptoms, hallucinations, hostility, highly emotional, indigestion, irritability, impaired speech, insomnia, jumpy nerves, lack of coordination, lethargy, migraine headaches / increased headaches, nausea, nervousness, over-reacting to situations, paranoia, repetitive thoughts or songs, sensory & sleep disturbances, severe internal restlessness (akathisia), stomach cramps, tremors, tinnitus (ear ringing or buzzing), tingling sensations, troubling thoughts, visual hallucinations / illusions, vivid dreams, speech or visual changes, worsened depression

back to Antidepressants

back to Prescription Drug Info

Tranylcpromine

(Parnate)

Tranylcpromine is categorized as a Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor (MAOI) drug.

MAO stands for Monoamine Oxidase, which is an enzyme responsible for metabolizing neurotransmitters such as Serotonin and Norepinephrine. MAO Inhibitors work by interfering with the MAO enzyme, therefore increasing the concentrations of various neurotransmitters, such as Serotonin, Epinephrine, Dopamine and Norepinephrine. 

MAO Inhibitors are so effective at preventing the MAO enzymes from metabolizing neurotransmitters that they can have serious consequences when combined with various over-the-counter items and foods. Due to the potential for serious dietary and drug interactions, MAOIs are prescribed less frequently than other classes of antidepressant medication.

The list of interactions items with MAO Inhibitors is extensive.  The increase of Norepinephrine (a powerful blood vessel constrictor) can become dangerously high and prove fatal if MAOs are combined with the following: (list is not comprehensive, check with your pharmacist or medical professional for additional items to avoid)

  • Pseudoephedrine (nasal decongestant)
  • Amphetamine or Dextroamphetamine
  • Naphazoline or Oxymetazoline (in nasal sprays)
  • Isometheptene (in prescription drug Migranal)
  • Meperidine (ingredient in Demerol, for pain)
  • Eye drops with decongestants
  • Herbal products with stimulants

People We've Helped

  • My sincere wish and hope is that the public becomes more aware of the danger of the drugs and also as many people as possible can get out of the ever endless hell of drug addiction safely and continue to feel great. - Mayu T., California (ZOLOFT, LORAZEPAM) more...
  • I would like to thank everyone at the POR office for helping me through this horrible time of my life, you were always there when I had a question or needed support. The program is the real deal and it works. I just wished I would have found Point of Return two years sooner!
    Dan C., Canada (PAXIL) more...
  • I really appreciate the gift of being able to be off the SSRI's because of the negative side effects they had. Thank you!!! Michel B.L., South Carolina (EFFEXOR) more...

Tranylcpromine Side Effects

Symptoms may include but not limited to:

constipation, disorders of the stomach and intestines, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, excessive sleeping, fatigue, headache, insomnia, itching, low blood pressure (especially when rising quickly from lying down or sitting up), muscle spasms, sexual difficulties, strong reflexes, swelling due to fluid retention, tremors, twitching, weakness, weight gain, anxiety, blurred vision, coma, convulsions, delirium, exaggerated feeling of well-being, fever, glaucoma, inability to urinate, involuntary eyeball movements, jitteriness, lack of coordination, liver damage, mania, muscular rigidity, onset of the mental disorder schizophrenia, rapid breathing, rapid heart rate, repetitious use of words and phrases, skin rash or lupus-like disease, sweating, swelling in the throat, tingling sensation, yellowed skin and whites of eyes

 

 

 

*While great care has been taken in organizing and presenting the material throughout this website, please note that it is provided for informational purposes only and should not be taken as Medical Advice. More...