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Chronic and acute laryngitis with continued burning sensation and split voice. Cure ?

chronic and acute laryngitis with continued burning sensation and split voice. too much allergic to cold air/water/food. also allergic rhinitis with symptom of sudden outburst of cold at facial exposure to cold wind. high blood pressure associated with acute hyperhydrosis and suffocation from heat and humidity. high cholesterol_ldl , high uric acid and low wbc/ low haemoglobin.
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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HI I am (Dr A.K.Srivastava E.N.T. specialist) have gone through your mail I came to know that you are having throat problum along with other systemic diseases so you need to get a combine treatment.As for as your throat problums are concern you are adviced to go for complete throat examination which will disclose the possible cause of chronic laryngitis,burning & Split voice,for this you are adviced to consult your E.N.T.Doctor/physician for comprehensive treatment.Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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