Thanks for the follow up of your query
I would advise you to first plan for the tests and a consultation. If the diagnosis comes out to be sleep apnoea syndrome
. I would advise you to plan for surgery. Complete paralysis of vocal cords will actually require surgery but a partial paralysis
of both vocal cords may give you some space and you can defer surgery. It appears you have partial paralysis of both vocal cords otherwise you would have required surgery by now.
If you do not plan for surgery the problems that can be encountered are
1. Increase in the number of apnoic spells. You may have to get up at night on multiple occassions.
2. Cardiac failure may occur
If you have planned for a non surgical intervention a CPAP / Oxygen
concentrator may be of help for you
I hope this answers your concern. Feel free to contact me if you require more information about it