Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

122 Doctors Online

By proceeding, I accept the Terms and Conditions

Dr. Andrew Rynne
MD
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

HCM Blog Instant Access to Doctors
HCM BlogQuestions Answered
HCM Blog Satisfaction

Doctors waiting to answer your question

Dr. Dorina Gurabardhi
MD
Dr. Dorina Gurabardhi

General & Family Physician

Exp 6 years

Dr. Suresh Heijebu
MD
Dr. Suresh Heijebu

General & Family Physician

Exp 9 years

Dr. Vaishalee Punj
MD
Dr. Vaishalee Punj

General & Family Physician

Exp 16 years

Dr.Raju
MD
Dr.Raju

General & Family Physician

Exp 11 years

Dr. Kiran Kumar
MD
Dr. Kiran Kumar

General & Family Physician

Exp 11 years

Dr. Arun Prasad
MD
Dr. Arun Prasad

General Surgeon

Exp 35 years

...and 18,000+ more Doctors from across the world

Showing results for :

Common speech problems

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

I am a 78 year old male with frequent urinary problem. This seems to get better for days or weeks and then returns. I drink some coffee but no alcohol. ...

doctor1 MD

From my childhood i am unable to pronounce R properly. I am an Rhotacsim person. Is there a cure for it ?

doctor1 MD

I an abortion about 6 weeks ago i have only stopped bleeding a few days ago although it was very light for a couple of weeks. The last few mornings i have been waking up with bad cramping and have been getting quite a bit of watery whitish...

doctor1 MD

is mastitis a common problem in lactating women? ...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your inquiry. My toddler son is okay just the gathering of saliva in the mouth without swallowing it is still on going. He also is not speaking yet, at 3 yrs. Having therapy. What else can we do?

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

thyroid. Since the stroke, she has been tired and has some difficulty with her speech and vision. But, the most challenging problem has been the metallic taste she has most of the time. Occasionally, the taste ...

doctor1 MD

and is this a common problem amongst athletes? Is it coinsidental that other team mates got the samething, same time? ...

doctor1 MD

I have been diagnosed with epilepsy, and I was wondering if memory loss is a common side effect? There have been days in which I have forgotten my own name. Also, after my last seizure, well last sever one ...

doctor1 MD

Hi Good Evening I have speech problem while speaking in group. When i am speaking the same word alone i can speak clearly, but when i speak using same words in a group i can not speak, no matter how ...

doctor1 MD

Hi doctor,I have a speech problem. I can speak fluently only when i repeat the sentence in mind. Otherwise, I replace one word with other. Even when i read many words i times read the words which ...

doctor1 MD

of her native language. Couls speech therapy help her? Many thanks ...

doctor1 MD

My child have slight speach problems, he also have reading problems and don t progress in school ... problem with birth. Is it possible...is there a cure for it? ...

doctor1 MD

minute period where she could not say common words...could speak and was not confused but could not say words well. Sugar level was fine at the time. No other symptoms. No other acute physical problems. TIA? ...

doctor1 MD

I recently started experiencing minor ticks that mimic stuttering and uncontrollable speech while ... mixed up. is this a common thing when over stressed or is it possible this could be an underlying issue ...

doctor1 MD

what are common symptoms in veezing problem? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hello! You can go to a psychotherapist or try an antidepressant prescribed from a psychiatrist. Alprazolam before speech can help. Best wishes

doctor1 MD

Hello, I have gone through your query and understand your concern. There are plenty of causes. Some have few and not all. some symptoms are Persistent state of apprehension or fear,Feelings of dread without valid cause. Concentration problems. Inner tension and nervousness. Catastrophic thinking. Irritability or edginess. ounding heart/rapid heartbeat Excessive sweating Choking sensations

doctor1 MD

Hi, It is totally normal to see the child's epiglottis if you look deep at the back of the throat. Speech problems have several causes and only a comprehensive evaluation can tell what the possible cause is. If your child has speech difficulties, get him evaluated by his pediatrician for diagnosis and management. I hope this helps. I wish you well.