Spasmodic dysphonia causes 'breaks' in the voice that may occur only occasionally in mild cases. However, many people experience frequent breaks, sometimes occurring every other word. This can make their speech very difficult to understand. Spasmodic dysphonia is a chronic condition, which means that the person will usually have lifelong symptoms. Speech problems may gradually worsen over time.
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