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Hoarse voice developed during pregnancy. Have congenital laryngomalacia. Is the condition worsening?

Am 31 years od, femae. i started developing a hoarse voice about 2 years ago while i was pregnant, the initial explanation from doctors was that it may result from either the gastric reflux or fluid retention that i had at the time. 2 years on and my voice is not yet back to normal. It gets worse when am very tired. NB :I normally breathe heavy-since childhood- because i have a mild congenital laryngomalacia. Is this condition worsening or could i be developing something else? am worried
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Hello, thank you for communicating with us for your problem. Laryngomalacia is the condition which present at a very early age and usually get resolved by adult hood. but since the time is long so I would suggest you to consult the E.N.T Specialist as on examination the findings may be different and line of treatment may have to be changed. Please don’t hesitate to consult and ask for any more queries. I will be pleased to answer.
With best wishes for a speedy cure
Dr Ajay Lavania
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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