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Suggest treatments for hoarse voice after diagnosed with bronchitis

i had whooping cough in march so i all but lost my voice adn then right as it started getting better i started using meth again n it hasnt been the same ever since. In may my dr diagnosed me with bronchitis but now thats gone and my voice is still very deep and hoarse/raspy. but it doesnt hurt, it just doesnt work.
Thu, 29 May 2014
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Hello

Welcome in H.C.M.

I have gone through your query regarding hoarse voice.

As you said that you were having very bad cough like whooping cough but you became little better with treatment and now you cough had changed your voice to hoarse. Whenever there is alteration of voice it indicates that your sound box (larynx) is involved. Considering all these in view now your cough should be diagnosed as laryngo tracheo bronchitis.

Here my suggestion is that you should consult your ENT doctor for thorough examination, necessary investigations and treatment.

Regards.
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Suggest treatments for hoarse voice after diagnosed with bronchitis

Hello Welcome in H.C.M. I have gone through your query regarding hoarse voice. As you said that you were having very bad cough like whooping cough but you became little better with treatment and now you cough had changed your voice to hoarse. Whenever there is alteration of voice it indicates that your sound box (larynx) is involved. Considering all these in view now your cough should be diagnosed as laryngo tracheo bronchitis. Here my suggestion is that you should consult your ENT doctor for thorough examination, necessary investigations and treatment. Regards.