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I am a long term user of Sensodyne. Over the past 8 months I have experienced a progressive slur in my speech patterns; almost as though I have a swollen tongue. It is becoming a concern and will discontinue product use with the hope that my speech will clear up. Has anyone had similar experience with long term use?

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