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Do You Have Body Movements You Can’t Control?

It could be tardive dyskinesia (TD).

If you or someone you know have taken certain medicines (antipsychotics) to treat bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, or anxiety disorder, and have mild, moderate, or severe uncontrollable body movements, ask your healthcare provider if it’s TD.

Diagnosis and treatment by a healthcare provider may help you manage your TD.

What is tardive dyskinesia (TD)?

TD means having uncontrollable body movements.

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TD is not a side effect. It's a real condition that affects approximately 600,000 people in the United States.

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How is TD treated?

Talking to your healthcare provider is the first step toward helping you manage your TD.

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Terrylin, a real patient living with TD

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Hear what it can be like to live with TD or care for someone affected by TD, and get inspired to share your own TD story.

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Learn more about TD and how to start a conversation with your healthcare provider about TD diagnosis and treatment.

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Looking to take the first step in managing your TD movements? Talk to a specialist.

Find psychiatrists, neurologists, and other advanced-practice healthcare providers experienced with diagnosing and treating TD. Talk about your TD movements with them and learn about treatments that could help you manage your uncontrollable body movements.

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