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2015-01-22
Name: Ayesha My 4 year old son has a lisp. I am quite concerned about him. How can I help him overcome this?
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2016-09-27
#1
Name: Anisha
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
Hi Ayesha, visit your family doctor or the doctor who is taking care of the child health. He or she will help her in providing the best remedies and treatments which can enable in solving the trouble.
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2016-08-23
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
There are doctor who specialize in such things. There are doctors who can help your child learn how to speak through therapies and medications. You should find a good doctor near you and start the therapy as soon as you can.
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2016-08-10
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Name: Sakshi
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
I don't know what lisp is. Can you please give or share some more details about what exactly is the problem and if it still is there and if not how did you cure it or solve it? It would be very helpful for other parents.
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2016-08-10
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Name: Ritu
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
There are doctors who are specialized to treat such situations and starting your kid's therapy as soon as possible so rectify the problem is the only option you should be think about as a parent. And don't worry and stay strong.
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2016-04-19
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Name: No Name
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
Hello Ayesha,
As your son grows gradually it will forget about that and you need to support him a lot and practice with many words that would help you a lot and i wish you can consult the doctor for help and resolve your problem.
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2016-03-11
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Name: Nikki
Subject:  RE:Lisping problem
Hello Ayesha,
I think it might create heavy problem to you because make him practice to speak clearly try to teach him so that it resolves but it takes some time, you need to hold patience and explain him clearly.
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2016-01-15
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Name: red petal
Subject:  hi
please contact some good peditrition and you will get best results. he/she wil be in greater position to suggest you something. take care off your child with healthy food. all the best.
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2015-04-15
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Name: Rishabh r
Subject:  Lisping Problem
I Believe there are therapies for this. Why dont you consult your paediatrician regarding this? He/she would be in a better position to help you in this regard.
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