and dry heaved with high pitch puking noises and only cleared out alot of mucus.hurt throat a few times ... irritating feeling in voicebox area i did a throat soft tissue ultrasound and chest,blood and urine and neck ...
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 voicebox and i am not able to speak with my original voice and still i ...
My voice has been hoarse for a little while now. It started when I went Knoebels with a friend we went on a roller coaster and I yelled a lot after my voice was raspy but it didn t hurt I was voice ...
to the bathroom and spit up lots of mucus when I cough it feels like my chest is on fire and hurts really bad ...I lost my voice two days ago today is the third. I only cough in the middle of the night and during ...
someone in my family suddenly lost their voice. He has undergone surgery and his doctors are advising him to get a voicebox to be able to speak, alternatively he will be unable to speak going forward ...
Is it normal to lose your voice with pneumonia?
No, Pneumonia affects the lungs. If your voice is affected, that means the infection has affected your throat (voicebox) as well. Consult an ENT doctor along with a internal medicine specialist.
My son is 13 and has a deep, unclear, mumbling, and funny voice. Other people accuse him of the way he sounds. As a result, he is lossing his social health.
at age of 13 it is the transition of voicebox,. he is becoming a man, he will soon be a man with aa heavy voice. it all the game of hormones perectly natural
My baby girl is seven months old and 2 days ago started to have a hoarse voice. She seems to be acting normal, but her voice is gone. What should I do?
This may be a sign of a viral upper respiratory tract infection involving the voicebox. I will suggest that you monitor for now as long as she is acting normal and has no fevers. Should her state change, or voice fail to return within a week, please see her pediatrician for evaluation and management.
Make sure she drinks and eat well.
I wish her a speedy recovery!