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Graves disease, voice hoarse. Related to the thyroid? Steroids?

The last three days my Right Jaw at the TMJ area is painful, esp when I eat. The last two days the pressure in both my ears is super high, when I pop them, it only lasts a second. I had a spinal steroid injection three days ago, and have uncontrolled graves disease . I dont have any other symptoms of respiratory issues but today my voice is slightly hoarse. Related to the thyroid? Steroids?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Hoarse voice is usually related to low functioning thyroid rather than graves disease. one possibility is that your thyroid function could have decreased with treatment resulting in voice change.
Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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