Get a video laryngoscopy
done. If it shows a vocal cord problem, get a video stroboscopy done. By this time you will have a fair diagnosis; however, if you need a second opinion
you may share the videos online through a free file sharing site such as www.filesanyywhere.com. Recurring loss of voice, with return to normal in between episodes, can be caused by laryngitis
, voice abuse, infection, allergy, acid reflux
, chemical or irritant exposure, vocal fold weakness, edema, abnormal vocal cord movements, and a host of rare causes. Knowing your age, patient profile, presence of other medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension
, thyroid disorders, hormonal disturbances, anemia may also help in the diagnosis.