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Are there any medications to help with dysarthia?

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Dr. Marie Trenga
Family Medicine
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In brief: No

Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder caused by neurologic damage resulting from many different medical conditions.
It is treated by a speech language pathologists. There are no drugs to treat it although treating some of the illnesses such as parkinson's may give some improvement.

In brief: No

Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder caused by neurologic damage resulting from many different medical conditions.
It is treated by a speech language pathologists. There are no drugs to treat it although treating some of the illnesses such as parkinson's may give some improvement.
Dr. Marie Trenga
Dr. Marie Trenga
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Dr. David Malpass
Pediatrics - Cardiology

In brief: No

Dysarthria may be caused by some medications and require stopping the medication or decreasing the dose.
In general, dysarthria is managed with speech and language therapy.

In brief: No

Dysarthria may be caused by some medications and require stopping the medication or decreasing the dose.
In general, dysarthria is managed with speech and language therapy.
Dr. David Malpass
Dr. David Malpass
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