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Diff for Each person: Go watch "the king's speech" dvd and watch the special features. Churchill also stuttered and helped himself. It is often worse with nerves and anxiety, and interestingly many stutterers don't do it when they sing. It takes focus, determination, time and guidance, and usually working with somebody (speech therapist) with experience in helping others with same or similar problems. ...Read more
Can stroke influence speech patterns? What are the symptoms of stroke and does it cause stuttering?
Yes to speech: A stroke can cause changes in speech if it affects speech centers in the brain. This includes sudden onset of stuttering. Stroke can present with myriad of symptoms ranging from death to the inability to move parts of the body to changes in behavior. The hallmark is the symptoms usually occur suddenly at the time of the stroke. ...Read more
My parents do not believe I have stuttering when i blatantly display the symptom countless times. What to do?
Handle it yourself: If you are really thirty, arrange to see a speech & language specialist and deal with it yourself. If you have a kid with it, arrange for the kid to be assessed & treated. The only person that needs this to be addressed is you. ...Read more
What does this stuttering mean? A few moths back we sent my mom to the hospital because she had all the symptoms of a stroke, the hospital could not find anything that could have caused a stroke and told us they didn't know what it was. When my mom came h
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What is wrong with my child he is two and a half with advanced language skills. He started stuttering severely and had joint pain and cold symptoms left untreated for 5 weeks. Then got amoxicillen for 10 days and quit stuttering and was fine for 2 weeks.
Stress response: An infection or illness can put a strain/stress on our body. This extra stress can cause young children to have a temporary change in behavior, or even a temporary regression in their development. This often goes back to normal once the stressor has been eliminated. I am happy that your son is back to himself! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer