Speaking difficulty is associated with difficulty in speech. This could be related to understanding of language or forming words. Children who begin talking may initially face speaking difficulty and may have a hard time in pronouncing words. In most cases, speaking difficulty will go away with age. Stuttering, cluttering and apraxia are the most common issues related to speaking difficulty.
HOW IS SPEAKING DIFFICULTY DIAGNOSED?
The diagnosis is based on tests like laryngoscopy followed by blood tests, MRI, CT scan, electromyogram, X-rays, etc.
HOW IS SPEAKING DIFFICULTY TREATED?
The ENT specialist will recommend undergoing speech or language therapy. At times use of different devices are suggested for improvement in delivering speech. In certain cases surgery is advised as well.
DID YOU KNOW?
The problems related to Speaking Difficulty is very broad but it has a negative impact on the individual suffering from the same making them introverts and very shy.