I had to click this, I've had difficulty with my speech the last few days, stammering and stuttering a lot, and saying words the wrong way round or getting them entwined and topsy turvy. I have to stress here that I haven't managed to get a doctor to consider my symptoms yet, so I can't say that I have M.E. I began stuttering last spring, out of nowhere, and was swaying more towards the theory that I was possibly a celiac then, getting the tests, reading a lot about it. I remember reading that stuttering was a symptom of celiac. My results were negative, but I went gluten free anyway in September and have only just started stuttering again now. It's like a spring thing! I'm still experimenting with the GF diet, but I'm honestly moving away from the theory now and more towards another illness. I was talking about my speech last night to my father (who has had M.E for 20 years), about whether it's a sign of a neurological problem. He doesn't know - I read up a lot more than he does! Is it an issue of the brain or just a natural consequence of fatigue or concentration problems?