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Treating Involuntary Movement

If you’re having trouble with involuntary movements such as fidgeting, grasping and releasing, involuntarily sticking out your tongue, or jerking movements, you can speak with your doctor to learn about medical treatments.  

Teva has developed a medicine in tablet form to treat chorea (involuntary movements) that may be prescribed. Teva has made a Doctor Discussion Guide available to help you have a conversation with your physician about the best way to treat your symptoms.  

If you are currently using Teva’s Austedo, their Patient Treatment Tracking Guide can help you work with your care team to get the most benefit.