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Heavy smoker with a hoarse voice. Had tonsils surgery in the past. Remedy?

Hello Sumit I have hoarse voice, I think is happening due to irritation of smoking . I am not heavy smoker. I just smoked a pack of cigarettes after 6 months which made my voice very distorted. Fro last 5-6 days I am resting, doing gargles but not even close to recovery. It happened second time with me due to smoking. So I know it is most likely due to smoking but I may be wrong, I have had tonsils operation 6-7 years ago. I have some tablets of Serratiopeptidase and Diclofenac Sodium .Last time when I struck with bacterial infection doctor prescribed with me with antibiotics and above tablets. I was having hoarse voice last time with infection. May I know what to do now.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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daer Pradeep

Its look like another Infection . But to be on the safer side i advise you to consult ant ENT doctor and do A Larygeoscopy. To rule out any changes in the vocal cord . Its important especially because you are a smoker

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