Many people with multiple sclerosis experience issues with their speech as a symptom of MS. These problems can manifest as:
- problems controlling volume of speech
- word-finding difficulties
- erratic cadence of speech
- sounding hoarse or raspy
Very few people become unable to communicate verbally. In fact, most of these MS-related speech symptoms are barely noticeable.
What about you? Do you notice problems with your speech? What are your experiences? Does it tend to be worse when you are hot or tired? Share your stories with us in the comments section below, as well as any tips you may have for living with this symptom.
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