Is it tardive dyskinesia (TD)?

Have you or someone you know ever taken antipsychotic medications to treat bipolar disorder, depression, or schizophrenia? Are you having body movements you can’t control?

What is TD?

TD means having movements you can’t control.

TD is a condition where people have movements they can't control. These movements may occur in the face, torso, limbs, or fingers and toes.

TD may develop after a few months of taking medication to treat bipolar disorder, depression, or schizophrenia.

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How is TD managed?

The first step in managing TD is talking with your doctor.

Learn more about managing TD

Use this Doctor Discussion Guide, which includes tips about telemedicine, to help you prep for your next appointment in person, over the phone, or online.

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Discover TD resources and support

During these challenging times, get tips and resources from online mental health communities for your mental and emotional wellness.

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Caring for those with TD

You may not have TD, but you might know someone who does.

As a caregiver of someone living with TD, you may be taking on the responsibility of identifying and managing their condition.

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Actual person with TD

Real people, real experiences

Three unique stories about life with TD.

Hear in their words what it’s like to live with TD or care for someone affected by TD, and get inspired to give voice to your own personal story.

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