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What treatment can a man take to get rid of his girly voice ?

i am 28 yrs old boy suffering with a voice disorder , when i record my voice i found myself sounding like female voice inspite of that, i am working in a top levels manager in that organisation. with my girly voice i think i will not like to lead them from front. what to do? please reply me at earliest.
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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you can try speech therapy initially and if that doesnt work, a surgical procedure called thyroplasty will help you

Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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ENT Specialist Dr. Jyothi Kumari's  Response
You have Puberphonia,ie.,a persistence of childish voice into puberty and sometimes beyond,if not attended to earlier.You need counselling and speech therapy.You can chek improvement in voice by doing Gutzmann's test..stand in front of a mirror and holding your Adam's apple,press it backwards,bending neck a little and say your name..see how the voice becomes masculine.keep doing this daily for half hour and you will start talking llike this itself.If notbetter get the help of a speech therapist.
Answered: Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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