Tardive dyskinesia (TD) causes repetitive, unintentional movements that may be described as “twitching” or “shaking.” Movements can occur in various areas of the body, but are most typically seen in the lips, jaw, and tongue. Signs and symptoms of TD may include:
Only your doctor can confirm if you have tardive dyskinesia (TD).
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“People would ask me if I was on drugs because my body was always moving. I didn’t realize what was happening...”
— Raven C. on recognizing tardive dyskinesia
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