Voice change permanently due to swelling on my voice box
this my question is to ent doctors.i had voice change one year back and i done layngoscopy .doctor told me there is swelling on my voice box and i am not able to speak with my original voice and still i felt strees on my voice while speaking and i took lot of tablets but it doesnt work.what to...
Sudden voice loss, advised to get voice box. Could it be cumulative ?
someone in my family suddenly lost their voice. He has undergone surgery and his doctors are advising him to get a voice box to be able to speak, alternatively he will be unable to speak going forward. Some questions: What would cause him to lose his voice? Is this incident sudden or is...
Redness at bottom of voice box. How risky is it to smoke occasionally?
I went to see an ent about my sinuses and while i was there he look at my larynx area and throat , i am a smoker and he told me he see s some red at the bottom of my voice box and throat i guess from the smokeing and he told me to quit because that will definitly turn into cancer but its not...
Recurrent sore throat, pain above voice box. Help
hi, i have this sore throat that wont go away for a number of months at a time.Its not all the time but when it is,i have it for about 3 months or even more.Im really worried cause my father and my cousin have both had cancer .it doesnt hurt when i swollow,eat,drink or breath.Its just this...
Abnormal breathing technique, nasal voice, inflammation. Help
Hi! I m a worship leader in my church and over the past week it seems I can not get my breathing technique right when I m singing. I even at times when talking find that some of my speech is very nasally. Not stuffy but feel inflamed? I don t know if that makes any sense. Can you give me advice?...
coughing for 3 days, throat is irritated, headachy, fatigued, raspy voice & mornings i cough up grrenish phlegm, when i blow my nose its clear. I don't smoke.
most of your symptoms suggest you do have an infection
headache & greenish phlegm suggest Sinusitis
throat irritation and the raspy voice also indicate possible throat/voice box infection
you probably should meet a local ENT but till then, start with the following
- Steam inhalation
- saline gargles
I feel antibiotic e.g. levofloxacin / azithromycin should be considered
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