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Throat keeps cracking. Is there anything to do?

my throat keeps cracking when I try to record in the studio. I am a waiter and have to talk all day over loud music at a higher pitch to be heard. For almost 2 years now I have felt this cracking on the right side of my adams apple and I press on it while talking/rapping/singing to minimize the cracking.Is there anything I can do (operation) or are my vocal chords permamnently damaged? Are there tests I can perform? I live in Germany,what should I ask of the doctor? Please HELP
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Hi--I don't think your vocal cords are necessarily permanently damaged but you need to see an otolaryngologist--an ear, nose, and throat specialist--for scoping. You may have nodules on the cords that can be successfully surgically treated with hopefully no detriment to your voice, speech, and singing
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