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what sickness or disease could cause a mispronunciation of words or problems speaking
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Obviously I need to speak w/ my pcp. I've had ^alt,ast,crp,co2, and kidney failure. I also have crohns disease, skin problems and all over pain. maybe?
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Also with a little big zygomatic bone I have issue to say some words. I can't speak well cause I have stutter, but that is okay! problem is with bone.
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Is it rare that a young male 20 years of age has a serious disease? Speaking in general. Of course some are unlucky and born like that
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Hypothetically speaking, if someone had excess salivation due to rabies would the disease already be far progressed and they would have other symptoms?
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Explain all the (best) (different) ways Toxins can be found? I am speaking of Toxins released from an Infectious Disease aspect?
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Parkinson disease a person with parkinson disease in stage of losing ability of speaking. Is there any device that may help the person to be able to communicate? I don't have much information about his symptoms since i've not seen him for a long time, but
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