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Cure For Raspy Voice
I get hoarseness in my voice after few drinks? Whats wring? I turn red & have breathing problem too when i drink! cure?
Don't drink: If you want to drink anyway, then see a primary care doctor to evaluate these symptoms. ...Read more
Not always: For some people a raspy voice is normal if it has been the same for years. New onset raspiness can be due to strain of vocal cords,viral infection,smoking, presence of vocal cord nodules or other growths. An otolaryngologist is best qualified to evaluate,advise and treat you. ...Read more
No: No. Not normal. Best advice: See ENT doc for exam/recommendations. ...Read more
I've had a raspy voice for the past five years. Ppl have asked me if I was sick. Should this be a concern. Could it be normal?
See a pediatric ENT: A pediatric ENT specialist can quickly and easily take a look down at his vocal cords and airway in the office. If they find something unusual or concerning, they can follow up with imaging studies or a trip to the or for a flexible and/or rigid bronchoscopy for a definitive diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If you lose or have low raspy voice. What can be done to return my voice to closer to normal. Thank you.?
Need evaluation: If you have lost or had a raspy voice for more than two weeks then you should see an ENT and have a laryngoscopy. There are so many different causes of this, that only looking at the vocal cords directly and getting a good history of your complaints will help decide what needs to be done. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers