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Old 08-13-2009, 05:24 PM #11 (permalink)
brooksea
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Probably every bulbar patient is different, but - my husband presently has no problems pronouncing S. That would be lisping which is different than sounding drunk! His voice is more like a muffled drunk. My name starts with an S sound and he can really bolt it out when he needs me.

How many emgs now? 3 or 4 and they are all clean. I think I would look down a different path such as rheumatology and do seek counseling as suggested to help you cope.

Anxiety can affect your speech and I know from my own experience in my past career in very competitive sales to OEMs. It can be embarrassing when you stumble over your words, but anti-depressants work well to help anxiety.