Friday, January 20, 2012

Not A Miracle (Updated 5-30-2016)


It was never determined why I talk. I saw an Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist for a different problem soon after I started making sounds. He went ahead and scoped me, stuck a camera down my nose all the way to my voicebox, to answer the Speech Therapist's questions. His answer, "There's no reason she shouldn't [talk]."

I finally figured it out. I read this again and it occurred to me. I don't know how many times I've read it before. The first sentence says it, "Doctors have their first proof that a man who was barely conscious for nearly 20 years regained speech and movement because his brain spontaneously rewired itself."

I "regained" speech and movement, too. Rather than "miracle", it is "rewired." A reason. That's all that I needed.


UPDATED  5-25-2013

There is only one problem with this explanation. There was no brain for all this to rewire to. Logical deduction would say brain cells regenerated...a.k.a.-neurogenesis. In all my research I can't find what will happen. My best guess is child development because that is the  neurogenesis we know.
(FYI, I was only vocalizing when scoped. I then switched to the government medical program. I had to teach myself how to talk. That was not provided. I still have a few minor details, but for the most part I am understood).

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