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Coprolalia is a condition that affects about 15% of people with Tourette syndrome. Someone with coprolalia will use words that make people feel uncomfortable so often that it is hard to control. This is often in the form of a stream of curse words.

People who have Tourette syndrome are not the only people who experience coprolalia. For example, it can happen in people who have had a stroke,[1] or who have schizophrenia.[2]

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  1. Miller J (2001). The Voice in Tourette Syndrome. NEW LITERARY HISTORY 32.3
  2. "Definition of Coprolalia". 2000. Archived from the original on 4 January 2010. Retrieved 20 March 2010.