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Should i consult a doctor for high pitched voice ?

my mom says I have a high pitched voice What do I do? My mom says I have a high pitched voice, I speak in a normal voice at school but not at home. I force myself to do it. I am 19 years old. What do I do? Should I speak to a doctor?
Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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Hi Limaheraty,

Welcome to Healthcaremagic Forum,
Yes exactly, you need to consult your phonosurgeon and also a clinical psychologist. You do not seem to have any medical problem, it is just a matter of counselling and some speech therapy which is required.

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