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Recurrent loss of voice, cough in mornings post neck injury, thyroid surgery done. Cure?

I keep losing my voice for almost 9 weeks now. I had thyroid surgery in 2006 with no complications . Feb 14th, I had an auto accident that left my neck on the left side (where the seat belt grabbed) very sore and swollen for 2 weeks. During those two weeks, I had a bad cold with constant cough and nasal drip and lost my voice. I still keep losing my voice as soon as it begins to sound normal again and still wake up coughing in the mornings. Why won t this issue clear up?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I appreciate your concern you have certain elements that might affect your voice and for that voice rest is the golden way, even if this does not come back then this has to be brought to investigation, better to discus this with some ENT surgeon, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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