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Unable To Speak
Broca's area: Strokes that affect the language center (broca's area) usually in the left side of the brain result in speech disturbance and often weakness or paralysis of the right arm and leg. This can be due to impaired circulation due to hardening of the arteries or hemorrhage due to hypertension. In left handed patients the anatomy is reversed and the speech center may be on the right side of the brain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Using amphetamines (1 to 2 pills/day) for a couple of month, i had recently 2 episodes of deep confusion (practicly unable to speak). Overdose?
TIA-stroke-seizure: Amphetamines drive up your blood pressure and they can cause strokes and brain hemorrhage. This could have been a transient ischemic attack, a small stroke, a small brain hemorrhage, or a seizure. See a neurologist, get a ct scan of the head and stop using. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A 3 yr old kid who is unable to speak all words, listens but doesn't obey ur commands every time. He pulls u to the things he want, is mentally sick?
Can he hear?: This would be a great question for your pediatrician or family medicine doc. The first order of business will be to have a hearing test, because if he is deaf, he might not learn to speak well and need to communicate some other way. You may also be right to worry about how well the brain is working. Maybe he has a developmental delay. Lots of possible reasons for that, but start with hearing. ...Read more
Can pharyngeal flap reconstruction for hypernasality cause major problems in adults? Such as slurred speech or unable to speak properly?
Need more details: There are many genetic disorders characterized by lack of speech and sometimes with hypotonia or muscle weakness. Many can present at various times of life. Many fall in the family of "storage disorders" where the lack of an enzyme causes substances to accumulate often in the brain resulting in neurological complications. ...Read more
While speaking, if I tilt my head up (I'm sitting, to look at person standing), my tongue seizes at back and I'm unable to speak. Cause? Who can help?
Hi I am having bifid uvula from birth, I am unable to speak clearly. Now I am 23 year old. Is there any possibility to do operation & how much it cost?
What do I need to do when my throat suddenly becomes dry, making me unable to speak? I felt as if my throat are glued together.
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