Hi - quite suddenly, my wife's speech has dramatically slowed down. She is unable to physically speak at her previously normal speed. It worsens as she tires. She has been tested for hypothyroidism (although one Dr. says she has a goiter), neurological, neuromuscular problems - all negative. Another Dr. suspects myasthenia gravis but tests have been negative. Although, during the neuromuscular tests her normal speech returned temporarily. To complicate matters, she has been diagnosed and is being treated for Sjorgren's Syndrome. Any ideas? Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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