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Start your first 30 days free with our Free Trial Voucher.* Then you may be able to reduce your monthly out-of-pocket costs for Huntington’s disease (HD) chorea treatment to as little as $0 with the AUSTEDO® XR (deutetrabenazine) extended-release tablets copay card.† Sign up for Teva Shared Solutions® and we’ll navigate financial options for you.
*The 30-Day Free Trial Voucher is only for new patients. Voucher is good for up to 4 weeks of titration or 30 days of medication.
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Whether you’re insured, underinsured, or not insured at all, we’ll verify coverage and work through financial assistance options to help make treatment affordable. See how we can help you navigate the paperwork so there are no surprises at any point by watching this video.
Close to 90% of people taking AUSTEDO pay $10 or less per month
for their prescription.1
Shared Solutions, Teva’s patient support program, is your partner from the very beginning of treatment, from starting your prescription to nurse support and financial assistance. Let the broad reach of our services guide you toward a plan for starting and reaching your treatment goals. Reach out to us, we’ll reach for solutions together.
Teva Shared Solutions will partner you with a Patient Access Specialist for help working through financial assistance options that can help make treatment affordable. They’ll help navigate benefits, insurance, and prescription details so you can stay on track and on treatment. Whether you’re insured, underinsured, or not insured at all, we’ll verify coverage and help you navigate the paperwork, so nothing falls through the cracks. We’ll help find a financial option for you, with offerings like a free trial voucher for your first 30 days of treatment or as little as a zero-dollar copay card for refills.
The Shared Solutions Nurse team is focused on supporting you throughout your treatment. They can help with drug and disease education, treatment questions, prescription refill navigation, and even dosing guidance as you work toward your treatment goals.
Sign up for Shared Solutions by phone Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM Central Time at 1-800-887-8100 or through our website at MySharedSolutions.com.
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AUSTEDO® XR (deutetrabenazine) extended-release tablets and AUSTEDO® (deutetrabenazine) tablets are prescription medicines that are used to treat:
- the involuntary movements (chorea) of Huntington’s disease. AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO do not cure the cause of the involuntary movements, and it does not treat other symptoms of Huntington’s disease, such as problems with thinking or emotions.
- movements in the face, tongue, or other body parts that cannot be controlled (tardive dyskinesia).
It is not known if AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO are safe and effective in children.
Important Safety Information
AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO can cause serious side effects in people with Huntington’s disease, including: depression, suicidal thoughts, or suicidal actions. Do not start taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO if you are depressed (have untreated depression or depression that is not well controlled by medicine) or have suicidal thoughts. Pay close attention to any changes, especially sudden changes, in mood, behaviors, thoughts or feelings. This is especially important when AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO is started and when the dose is changed. Call your healthcare provider right away if you become depressed, have unusual changes in mood or behavior, or have thoughts of suicide.
Do not take AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO if you:
- have Huntington’s disease and are depressed or have thoughts of suicide.
- have liver problems.
- are taking reserpine. Do not take medicines that contain reserpine with AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO. If your healthcare provider plans to switch you from taking reserpine to AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO, you must wait at least 20 days after your last dose of reserpine before you start taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO.
- are taking a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) medicine. Do not take an MAOI within 14 days after you stop taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO. Do not start AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO if you stopped taking an MAOI in the last 14 days. Ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist if you are not sure.
- are taking tetrabenazine. If your healthcare provider plans to switch you from tetrabenazine to AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO, take your first dose of AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO on the day after your last dose of tetrabenazine.
- are taking valbenazine.
Other possible serious side effects include:
- Irregular heartbeat (QT prolongation). AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO increases your chance of having certain changes in the electrical activity in your heart. These changes can lead to a dangerous abnormal heartbeat. Taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO with certain medicines may increase this chance.
- Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome. Call your healthcare provider right away and go to the nearest emergency room if you develop these signs and symptoms that do not have another obvious cause: high fever, stiff muscles, problems thinking, very fast or uneven heartbeat, or increased sweating.
- Restlessness. You may get a condition where you feel a strong urge to move. This is called akathisia.
- Parkinsonism. Symptoms include: slight shaking, body stiffness, trouble moving, trouble keeping your balance, or falls.
Sleepiness (sedation) is a common side effect of AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO. While taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO, do not drive a car or operate dangerous machinery until you know how AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO affects you. Drinking alcohol and taking other drugs that may also cause sleepiness while you are taking AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO may increase any sleepiness caused by AUSTEDO XR and AUSTEDO.
The most common side effects of AUSTEDO in people with Huntington’s disease include sleepiness (sedation), diarrhea, tiredness, and dry mouth.
The most common side effects of AUSTEDO in people with tardive dyskinesia include inflammation of the nose and throat (nasopharyngitis) and problems sleeping (insomnia).
The most common side effects of AUSTEDO XR are expected to be similar to AUSTEDO in people with Huntington’s disease or tardive dyskinesia.
These are not all the possible side effects of AUSTEDO XR or AUSTEDO. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You are encouraged to report side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
Please read the accompanying Medication Guide.
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1. Data on file. Parsippany, NJ. Teva Neuroscience, Inc.