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What causes hoarseness in voice after recovering from bronchitis?

I can barely speak. Hoarse sound. Chest cavity seems to disagree. I just recently had pneumonia, bronchitis and dual ear infections. I have been placed on steroid and antibiotic regimens. I have suffered from flu-like symptoms. Needless to mention, antibiotics weren t working. I was told to tak allergy meds. After 3 months, I feel like there is a solution. I don t have asthma, cold, panic attacks. I get the same answer and ridiculous pre s over and over. I did have a tracheal resection more than 2 years past. I know I shouldn t be sick. However, my right lung has had fluid and one f my drs performed a thorocotamy to remove fluid. About 4 years ago. I m at a loss.I was told, twice, in the last two months, that should be gone!? Please help with advic3 and medical opinions. My drs are A Gupta (south Baldwin, Foley, all), Dr Orth (GI, Sacred Heart, Pensacola, Fl), Dr. S. Smith(also Sacred Heart of Pensacola, Fl) and Dr Castellanos (UAB Birmingham, AL). Please offer any suggestions! I live in the Foley, Al area, 36535
Wed, 12 Dec 2018
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Hello,

Loss of normal voice tone can be related to issues with larynx or recurrent laryngeal nerve problems.

It will require a detailed physical examination to proceed for further evaluation if you wish at my office after an appointment with all reports available till date.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Purva Patel, General & Family Physician
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What causes hoarseness in voice after recovering from bronchitis?

Hello, Loss of normal voice tone can be related to issues with larynx or recurrent laryngeal nerve problems. It will require a detailed physical examination to proceed for further evaluation if you wish at my office after an appointment with all reports available till date. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Dr Purva Patel, General & Family Physician