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A guy walks into the doctor's office and says, "D d d doc, I've bbeen stttutering ffor yyyears, and IIII'm tttired of it! Cccan yyyou hehehelp mmme?"
The doctor says, "Well, I'll have to examine you, to see what's going on."
So he examines him and says, "Well, I think I know what the problem is."
The guy says, "Wwwell, wwwhat is it, ddoc?"
The doctor says, "Well, it's your penis, it's about a foot long, and all the down pressure is putting strain on your vocal cords."
The guy says, "Wwwat cccan we ddo?"
The doctor advises, "Well, I can cut it off and transplant a shorter one."
The guy says, "Dddeal... Dddo it!"
The guy has the operation and six weeks later, he comes back into the doctor's office and says, "Doc, you solved the problem, and I don't stutter anymore, but I've only had sex once in the past three weeks. My wife doesn't like it anymore. She liked it with my long one. I don't care if I have to stutter, I want you to put my long one back on."
The doctor says, "P p p piss o o o off! A ddddeal's a dddeal!!"
Seriously, can stuttering be treated?
Yes! According to The Stuttering Foundation there are a variety of successful approaches for treating both children and adults (click on Why Speech Therapy? for some guidelines). In general, the earlier, the better is good advice.