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What are the symptoms of stuttering?

The primary symptom of stuttering is the inability aprticulate words clearly. If your child stutters, you might notice them repeating certain words or having trouble getting a word out. Symptoms can also include quivering lips and accelerated eyelid movement. Being in very stressful situations, like public speaking, can also make the stuttering symptoms worse or more pronounced.

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