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one mounth ago i shouted at him because of wrong thing he did and i took him to room but the light was off and dark, he started to cry and suddenly a loud crackle sound from the street because of the national celebration caused him to scare alot and i think after stattering happened.

after 2 weeks of sever stuttering he was compleatly well for about 1 week ,with out stuttering even 1 word ,but this week stuterring came back but not as much as first 2 weeks,its mild
i'm afraid if it will not out grow
what should i do ?

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i think this problem is due to your child being nervous. i have a child and he has suffered from these problems before, when he made more friends and became less nervous the stutering stopped

hope this helps you
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I was a very nervous child with a stuttering problem as well. To this day, if i don't think about what i'm going to say, i stutter. It was so bad when i was little that i had to go to a speech therapist. He may outgrow it or he may not. He is still a baby but keep note of it, you'll notice more when he is of school age.
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It seems to me that the issue could be related to his being afraid at first. I think it's a good idea to wait and see if this problem goes away or not over the month after having your son socialize a little bit to help him get over his anxiety. If it doesn't help, I think you should consult with a doctor or a psychiatrist about his situation to help him take care of the stutter now rather than later. Keep us posted!
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Hi,
Im studying stuttering in one of my classes. Dont think it's something you did to cause your child's stuttering....that's not the case!

You can keep an eye on it or see a speech-language pathologist if you are concerned for an assessment.

Just speak at a relaxed rate of speech to your child and be patient with him/her when she speaks with you and dont pressure him/her to speak "normally".....at that age he/she won't even realize that they have a stutter so its best not to bring it to his/her attention.

hope this helps!
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