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Adderall Voice Hoarse Ent
Also known as otolaryngology, this medical specialty deals with the diagnosis and (medical & surgical) management of diseases of the ears, nose, mouth, throat, neck, sinuses, voice box and face. Some areas of expertise in otolaryngology include voice and swallowing problems, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, allergy, hearing and balance disorders, nasal and ...Read more
It can be associated: Congestion can be caused by allergies or nasal infection. That process could affect the vocal cords causing swelling and hoarseness at the same time. Or drainage down the back of the throat could cause inflation of the vocal cords causing hoarseness. Or gastroesphogeal reflux could splash on the vocal cords or into the back of the nose causing both hoarseness and nasal congestion. ...Read more
Teacher, hoarse and losing voice on flovent hfa...Probably side effect ...Suggestions to resolve hoarseness?
Hoarse voice for 6 months-trouble swallowing. Lost my singing voice. MD gave RX for prednisone and ENT referral. What should I expect next?
Rhinolaryngoscopy: Given the duration and characteristics of your symptoms, the ENT will likely perform a Rhinolaryngoscopy - utilizing a thin flexible scope inserted up your nose to visualize your vocal cords and laryngeal tissue to rule out polyps, cancer or gastroesophageal reflux, either of which could explain your symptoms. Take Care! ...Read more
Cough does....: Cough medicine itself likely doesn't cause a raspy voice but coughing can. Coughing can cause irritation and inflammation of the vocal cords as can certain infections of the upper airway, like viral infections that cause the common cold and flu. If the raspiness does not resolve once the coughing stops, or if it is worsening, then see your doctor for diagnosis/treatment. ...Read more
Throat problems including mucus, occasional hoarse voice & swallowing difficulty, throat clearing, stuffy nose, on&off, for the past 2 months.What is it?
25yrs old, Productive cough, hoarse voice, raspy breathing, brown and blue inhalers making cough worse, sides hurt from coughing, should I see my gp?
Yes: Clearing of the throat by habit or a feeling of mucus or reflux of acid can permanently damage the surface of the true vocal folds. When you continuously clear your throat you are essentially banging the vocal folds against each other. Eventually you may develop a vocal fold nodule, ulcer, bleed into the fold. You need to find out why you are clearing your throat so often. ...Read more
I dophone sales hoarse & worsening saw ENT no nodes/dysphasia. Edema in pseudo cords. Speech therapist says few exercises b/c voice so bad now. Help!
Total thyroid removal 1/2015 . Slight raspy voice like when you wake up in AM. Also clearing throat with claret mucaus. How long raspy voice last?
Who knows: Time will tell. This is not a rare sequelae after that surgery. Keep you post operative appointments ...Read more
Constant feeling in my throat Raspy voice . What are the causes of slightly hoarse voice ?Throat fullness ?
R/O TONSILITIS: LATYNGITIS and recurrent sore throats can cause tonsillitis . You need to be examined and have a throat culture. If that is negative then blood work needs to be done to evaluate for other issues, especially H. pylori. It is the ulcer causing bacteria that can cause halitosis//Gerd as well as laryngitis.. Make sure to brush and floss teeth 3x/dy. Also use a specially designed tongue scraper ...Read more
It depends: If your tonsils are small and the change in your throat is small then the likelihood of it changing your singing voice is small. The bigger your tonsils are the greater the likelihood that it will change your singing voice. The reason is that your throat and nose is your vocal tract. The vocal tract is what determines "your sound". By removing tonsils you change your vocal tract and you can change your sound. ...Read more
Hay fever,cough with mucous, sore painful throat, hoarse voice,nasal congestion, itchy ears. Which is better,
benadryl or Allegra?
Sun-fever,dizzy,sore throat. Mon-fever,sore throat,earache,headache, nausea.Tues-fever,vomit,sorethroat. Wed-earache,fever,muscle pain,no voice, cough?
Otitis media: Sounds like you may have an ear infection. Please see you doctor or go to a local urgent care to be checked out. Ear pain with fever and cold symptoms is the common presentation of an ear infection. Antibiotics can shorten the course and improve symptoms in ear infections. ...Read more
No: The ear infection is in a separate compartment and does not trigger such added problems.However, ear infections seldom occur alone. They are often a secondary event triggered when an upper respiratory infection causes the type of problems you list. The URI is the starting point, although the timing can be confusing. ...Read more
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