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?

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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.

Visiting a specialist such as a psychiatrist or neurologist is a good place to start learning about how to manage your TD, including potential treatment options.

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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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