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Sudden change in voice, no throat irritation, done thyroid test. Further course of action?

Respected Doctor, My age is 44yrs and in past 45 days suddenly there is a change in my voice. I am not having any en gulping problem. there is no irritation in throat , no coughing, sound sleep, no drynes of throat, no increase / decrease in weight, no weakness experienced, After getting treated by family physician and ENT my Thyroid was tested and it was found to be T3 Total 0.74 ng/mL T4 total 6.30 ug /dL TSH 6.95 uIU/mL Please suggest me further course of action. Regards Chitrasen Nigam
Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Hi,Chitrasen Nigam,
Thanks for query,
There is some abnormal T3 and TSH level so if some thing wrong in thyroid gland giving some swelling in the neck giving rise to voice problem.
Another possibility of having some edema or swelling or node on the vocal cord which again cause the same problem.
Consult ENT specialist and get examined.
Ok and bye.
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