I stutter when I speak. It is a condition that I can't really help all that much. My stuttering is not like it was when I was say in first grade. I am able to speak say 3-4 sentences without stuttering. Very rarely it is so bad that daily I have to carry a notepad with me to write things down in order to communicate. I am seriously concerned this may indirectly lead to interviewers rejecting me and I know patients won't like it either. Does anyone know of any stuttering physicians or stutters in medical school? Any thoughts, stories. What specialties might be good for a stutter? As of now I am not very interested in family practice. I find endocrinology very interesting...thats a tought... I will not apply to medical school until after I graduate.