Since my surgery, I feel like my tongue gets in the way of me speaking. Can you help me with this?
Patricia Dooley, Associate Director of the Division of Speech Language Pathology at Penn Medicine, responds:
I would suggest an evaluation by a speech pathologist to determine the reason why your speech is affected. Oral exercises and speech strategies can be provided.
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