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Sudden loss of voice, later tickling in throat, mucus in cough, extreme exhaustion. Any ideas?

I started losing my voice all of a sudden on Friday. I had no other symptoms, no runny nose, no sore throat and no cough. Saturday night I started getting a tickle cough in my throat making it hard to breath without coughing. Occasionally I d cough up mucus . Now, Monday night, my cough has progressed, my voice is still rough sounding and I m still extremely exhausted and tired. Any idea what it could be? Usually if I get laryngitis , I usually have another symptom like post nasal drip .... this time I don t.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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post nasal drip and reflux oesophagitis are reasons of it
thechronic cases of post nasal drip and reflux oesophagitis behave like this
better get investigated and get permanent rx
for time i prescribecap omez 20 mgm empty stomach
tab metrogyl 200 mgm bd
tab montair fx bd
omez 20 mgm empty stomach
syp mucaine gel 2 tsf tds
voice rest
the time taken to recover voice is approximately 2 week

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