my 4 yr old grandson whistles while he talks. i am becoming very conscious of this noise. my daughter who lost total hearing in one ear during the pregnancy of him, does not hear this noise. Have you found out what the noise is? I am very concerned.
I have the same whistle I believe as Wolfson. Not sure about Gopher, haven't seen the show in a while. But when i say words that end in "s" i whistle. other words for example, "especially", "whistle" create the whistle sound when I say them.
(i have a small space between my two front teeth which is why I believe I make the whistle sound)
-Let me know if anyone knows what this is called. Wolfson, i'm sure a speech therapist can probably help.
I am currently experiencing the same issue when i or others talk. It came out of nowhere and was completly random. Been going on for several hours. How did yours turn out? did you ever get rid of it? If so, how? What was it?
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