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Does eating ice ruin your voice

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throat. My voice is changed, and it tightens like the vocalchords are irritated or something.When turning ..., speak loudly, or exersise. It is really ruining my day. Had it for aprox a year now, and its getting ...

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going into spasm. This was whilst I was on holiday eating much richer and fattier food than usual ... and work had been very stressful for the last 3 years. Since these attacks I have had a very hoarse voice ...

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I have been having following symptoms for last 6 weeks - persistent hoarseness in voice, persistent sour throat, sometimes slight pain in throat when drink or eat. I have seen a primary care physician ...

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a few days ago and his hoarse voice has not gone away. Today I took a flashlight and looked in his ... other tests I need to do with him to rule out underlying diseases? He is eating and acting normally ...

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My child is 5.7 yrs old.She is very slow eater.She does not have clear speech also

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Yesterday I was eating at golden coral. Although it is a buffet, I ate normal (one plate chicken, stuffing, fish, and bread). While I was done with it I had got desert Banana pudding and vanilla ice cream ...

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Every now and then my voice seems to get husky. It is mostly after eating lunch! Today I noticed that after an Almond, Cashew and Cranberry mixture my throat went husky again. I don t eat this mixture all ...

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voice was hoarse but I kept speaking with intensity, zeal. It s now Wed night, and my voice is still somewhat weak--I can t project as I usually can with no problem. Hopefully I kept my voice strength back ...

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. I have left the use of cold drinks and ice-creams to make my voice thin. Please suggest me more ...Hello Sir, My self Abhishek Paul. My voice is very thick. I am a singer not professionally ...

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I continue to loose my voice almost every other month for almost a year now. sometimes it comes ... iron is low but i have been eating iron rich foods and taking iron pills. What could it be? ...

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vommitting couldn t eat or move if I moved too much it incresed the probability of me throwing up. Well later yesterday evening I developed a dry cough raspy voice and started coughing up phlege just wondering what this is ...

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My 4-week old baby has just developed a hoarse voice to her cry without any other symptoms...although we seem to sense some-what of a stuffy nose. She is acting normal, eating well, and I breastfeed ...

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could it be the reason of this hoarse voice! I m EBF since last week , he has been eating all day long. ...Hi My son is 9 weeks old today. He woke up a bit snotty and with hoarse voice . Is there anything I ...

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Hi. I ve had a cold for a little over two weeks and in the last couple days it s gotten worse. I ve almost lost my voice. It hurts to eat and talk. My voice is all raspy. My nose is all stuffy when I first ...

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about May, 2016, I have felt like I ve had a voice change and at that time no other symptoms ... my throat and vocal cords, voice box, etc. and found nothing suspicious and attributed the voice ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, This may be a sign of a viral upper respiratory tract infection involving the voice box. I will suggest that you monitor for now as long as she is acting normal and has no fevers. Should her state change, or voice fail to return within a week, please see her pediatrician for evaluation and management. Make sure she drinks and eat well. I wish her a speedy recovery!

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it will help you to lower spicy and oily food in your diet, eat less in each meal but take frequent meals, go for more of fruits and salads, avoid whispering and shouting loud and coughing as all these three put more stress on vocal cord and increase hoarseness. May go for warm saline gargals twice a day. if still problem persist visit an ENT specialist and revise the treatment. Get well soon!