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My uncle spent some time in a mental health facility last year, after he had a paranoid frantic psychosis. Now, he has been released and lives at home with his family again, and he is still receiving treatment. I was wondering whether a transit ischemic attack can follow paranoid frantic psychosis? This seems to be what he has.

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Absolutely. Did you know that it can take six months or even more for a person to be totally "cured" from an episode of paranoid frantic psychosis? The psychosis can stay in your system for an awfully long time, and can rear its ugly head in a variety of forms. It is good that your uncle is still receiving treatment, so that a health professional will catch his symptoms in time.
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