Since late 2011 I have had really bad head aches on the left side of my head and I have been talking funny, by funny I mean I speak in an British accent when I read words aloud and when I talk with people I cant think of a lot to say. But when I do I don't pronounce the words that I intend to say properly (I know what the words and how they are pronounced), this is weird because because I have spoken and read English fluently for as long as I can remember. So if anyone knows what is and how to fix/cure it please let me know, because it frustrating when people don't understand me!
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replied July 1st, 2013
Hello,
Potential causes of your symptoms are multiple. You need two things for the start: visiting neurologist and Brain MRI.
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replied July 1st, 2013
Yes, the above person's advice was great. Please please please see a doctor soon! I'm not sure if your symptoms could point to a speech disorder or anything else in particular, but it's very possible it could be one or something different and totally unexpected. Keeping you in my thoughts. Good luck.
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replied January 11th, 2014
Mainly head ache causes through nerve weakness, so to overcome that yoga will be good exercise.
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