Stereotypical Tics after a Stroke

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Hello, 

I wanted to know if any of you kind people have any answers for me. 

if you have heard of or had :  delayed onset of stereotypical tics such as lips smacking after a stroke?

What is the treatment options you have had? Any idea if it resolves? Is it self limiting?

I have tried to look all over with very limited information.

Thanks for any help.

Best wishes,

Kunnal. 

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  • Posted

    Awww no I have it do to miss diagnosed and given wrong med for years! I can not find any help for this problem ! Let me know if you do

    Thanks I have seen where it does just go away!

    • Posted

      No I have lip smackimg and involuntary tongue movements! It's awful the more upset I get! The worst it gets. Embarrassing!

    • Posted

      risperidone and clonazepam are very effective i believe as first line treatment, if you haven't already tried you may want to discuss with your doctor. Also botox injection is very promising.

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