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What's the difference between pressured speech, rapid speech and hyperverbal?

What's the difference between pressured speech, rapid speech and hyperverbal?

Not very much. : Pressured speech and rapid speech are describing the same thing which is someone talking fast. Hyperverbal speech is when someone talks excessively. They all refer to some of the symptoms observed in a person experiencing a manic or hypomanic state. Usually, the affected person also shows elevated mood, lots of energy, decreased need for sleep and racing thoughts. ...Read more

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Having slurred speech and pressure in left temple daily. Is there a treatment. Currently taking 3 100mg of zonisamide daily. Not helping. ?

Having slurred speech and pressure in left temple daily. Is there a treatment. Currently taking 3 100mg of zonisamide daily. Not helping. ?

Tell your doctor: Please let the doctor who prescribed this know what is happening. That's the only way that adjustments can be made in treatment. I'm sure you appreciate that symptoms involving your brain and mot good to ignore or give time. It is also important w/ BP issues and diabetes to check for risks of stroke. Make an appointment asap. Take care of yourself - best wishes! ...Read more

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Sudden loss of consciousness and pulse. Almost no blood pressure. Blurred vision, slurred speech. Healthy except slightly high normal blood pressure. ?

Sudden loss of consciousness and pulse. Almost no blood pressure. Blurred vision, slurred speech. Healthy except slightly high normal blood pressure. ?

Syncopal episode: You need some work up to find the cause. Go to an urgent care or ER if you can not get a hold of your doctor by phone. The treatment is according to the cause. Check this link. http://www.merckmanuals.com/home/heart-and-blood-vessel-disorders/symptoms-of-heart-and-blood-vessel-disorders/fainting ...Read more

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Treatment for slurred speech my sister forget her medicine for 2ds pressure went so high cause a slurred speech she is on medication but will go away?

Treatment for slurred speech my sister forget her medicine for 2ds pressure went so high cause a slurred speech she is on medication but will go away?

May be a stroke: The "so high" blood pressure may have caused a stroke involving one of the speech centers in the brain. If this is new, recommend going to the hospital right away. If it happened a while ago, it may go away, especially with speech and rehabilitative therapy. ...Read more

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I am 31 my blood pressure drops low 101/65 then back to normal then low I am feeling dizzy and faint and extremely tired and also hungry..Speech slurs

I am 31 my blood pressure drops low 101/65 then back to normal then low I am feeling dizzy and faint and extremely tired and also hungry..Speech slurs

BP low, then not: You need to have this formally evaluated to find out why the BP fluctuates. You might simply be dehydrated or having issues with glycemic changes. But you could also have some sort of heart rhythm problem and that requires some testing, staring with good ecg, then possibly cardiac stress testing or holter monitor. Talk to your practitioner. ...Read more

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I am wondering about the manifestation of migraines. Could I get a migraine that manifests in a feeling of pressure in the eyes (as if I am tired or sad) and speech impairment? Please let me know. Thank you.

I am wondering about the manifestation of migraines. Could I get a migraine that manifests in a feeling of pressure in the eyes (as if I am tired or sad) and speech impairment? Please let me know. Thank you.

Yes: Aphasia is well know to be associated with certain types of migraines. You should discuss this with your doctor as there are treatments you may be able to take. https://migraine.com/blog/migraine-symptoms-transient-aphasia/ ...Read more

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Head pressure building, dizzy going to sleep like feeling, ears ringing more and more, dream like vision, speech becoming twisted and difficult.

Multiple symptoms: We cannot help you if you give us absolutely no useful information about yourself. We don't even know how old you are and what your medical history is or what medications you are on. You may be intoxicated, having an anxiety attack or a stroke in which case you should seek medical attention immediately. ...Read more