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Last year, I had three episodes where I was speaking and suddenly, I couldn't understand the words I was saying, but they could understand me. ?

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Mike Moore
Family Medicine
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In brief: A type of aphasia...

A type of aphasia.
..Or speech/language difficulty were you may have difficulties speaking or understanding language, sounds a lot like your symptoms. Regardless of any other medical problems you have, you should discuss this with a doctor, who may send you for a neurological examination. I wouldn't ignore the symptom.

In brief: A type of aphasia...

A type of aphasia.
..Or speech/language difficulty were you may have difficulties speaking or understanding language, sounds a lot like your symptoms. Regardless of any other medical problems you have, you should discuss this with a doctor, who may send you for a neurological examination. I wouldn't ignore the symptom.
Mike Moore
Mike Moore
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Dr. Troy Reyna
Surgery - Pediatric
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In brief: Check with doctor

Symptoms like you are describing are similar to those seen in stroke patients.
All lot depends on your age and other risk factors. Do you have high blood pressure. Is there a history of strokes, heart disease in your family.

In brief: Check with doctor

Symptoms like you are describing are similar to those seen in stroke patients.
All lot depends on your age and other risk factors. Do you have high blood pressure. Is there a history of strokes, heart disease in your family.
Dr. Troy Reyna
Dr. Troy Reyna
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