Treating Tardive Dyskinesia

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Medically Reviewed By Brad Bowman, MD
— Written By Healthgrades Editorial Staff
Updated on December 16, 2020
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Involuntary, jerky movements can be a side effect of certain medications. The condition, known as tardive dyskinesia, is treatable. Find out if your involuntary movements are worth a discussion with your doctor.
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Last Review Date: 2020 Dec 2

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