Neurogenic stuttering is a type of fluency disorder in which a person has difficulty in producing speech in a normal, smooth fashion. Individuals with fluency disorders may have speech that sounds fragmented or halting, with frequent interruptions and difficulty producing words without effort or struggle. Jun 17, · In most cases, adult-onset stuttering is the result of brain trauma. There are, of course, other reasons, but for the most part, neurogenic reasons are the most common.
Jun 29, · Any child, adolescent or adult who began stuttering when they were between 2 and 4 old, has developmental stuttering. Developmental stuttering is the most common form of stuttering. The prevalence and incidence of developmental stuttering vary significantly per year according to country and region.