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debmc1958 (@debmc1958)

trouble getting words out

Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) | Last Active: Jan 12, 2020 | Replies (10)

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@jakedduck1

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I believe seeing the doctors that other members have already mentioned are important, however speech pathologists are very capable in diagnosing and correcting a myriad of speech & language disorders. I have a type of aphasia which is due to epilepsy and mine will never fully be resolved although spee h pathologists have been somewhat helpful. Although it is important to rule out any structural problems or diseases. Would you say your friend distorts the letters L, S and R or has trouble with words that either start with those letters or have those letters in them?

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@jakedduck1 makes a good point, @debmc1958 about your friend seeing a speech pathologist. Please encourage her to do so. I see a speech pathologist on a regular basis for a paralyzed vocal cord.