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when my oldest son was 3 he started to sturtter. he would do it off and on. sometime it would last weeks and other times just a couple days. but he ended up growing out of it by the time he was 5. he hasnt had any problems now. His dr told me to keep him talking and dont let him get upset that he was doing it.
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Report This| Share this:sturtterwhen my oldest son was 3 he started to sturtter. he would do it off and on. sometime it would last weeks and other times just a couple days. but he ended up growing out of it by the time he was 5. he hasnt had any problems now. His dr told me to keep him talking and dont let him get upset that he was doing it.
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