One symptom of Huntington’s disease (HD), chorea, may make it difficult to talk, chew, and swallow. People with chorea cannot stop these movements on their own and the movements may worsen with stress.1,2

Care partners reported chorea as the most impactful symptom of Huntington’s disease.3 As HD chorea progresses, people experiencing movements may have pain, and may become increasingly dependent on their care partners for help. They often find they can no longer drive a car or work outside the home.1

If you’re living with HD chorea, being able to manage simple things on your own can mean everything.1 Talk to your doctor about the impact of HD chorea and how AUSTEDO (deutetrabenazine) tablets can help manage it.

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HD chorea may affect other daily activities including1:

Pouring a beverage or drinking

Brushing teeth


Speaking clearly/talking

Buttoning a shirt


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