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I have trouble talking like I am not shy or anything and if I do talk my words gets all mess up and something dumb comes out of my mouth. and It hard because I am a teen and School is hard for me because of this problem. Will I grow out of it. or is there a medication.


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replied April 17th, 2015
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Hi. I have read your question and I can understand your concern.
Nowadays most teenager come up with such complaints.This is not a major issue and it can be readily addressed.
Social behaviour has been strongly effected by our modern lifestyles. Laptops , mobiles and other electronic gadgets have made our lives less social , that's why such problems emerge.
My advice to you is that take out sometime of your daily life to socialize but not through Facebook or mobile. Go out with your friends regularly and limit the use of electronic gadgets. Hopefully you will grow out of it. No medications are required.
Hope your concern has been addressed.


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