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Does Having Your Adenoids Out Affect Your Voice
Speech, not voice.: Adenoidectomy can change speech, but not voice usually. Speech can become hypernasal (too much air coming through the nose) for a variety of reasons. This should be checked by you ENT doctor, or a speech pathologist. ...Read more
Adenoids are lymphatic tissue found in the airway behind the nose in the back of the throat. Adenoids are made up of the same type of tissue as the tonsils. Both help fight infections. However, unlike the tonsils, they cannot be seen by looking in the throat. Adenoids are found in children and begin to regress before puberty. In children, enlarged adenoids can cause obstruction of the nasal airway leading to difficulty breathing, breathing through the mouth, nasally voice, ...Read more
Adenoids: At your age, the likelihood of your adenoids causing any particular problem would be quite unusual. For most patients, the adenoid pad gets smaller by the time they reach age 12. Allergies, sinus infection and reflux can cause then to stay enlarged, though. If there were enlarged, removal can often change the voice, but whether your singing voice would be improved is impossible to predict. ...Read more
Voice pitch: The pitch of your voice is determined by the length of your vocal cords. I don't think enlarged adenoids would change the pitch of your voice. ...Read more
If i get my adenoids removed, will my voice deepen? If so, is it immediate following surgery or is it a gradual change?
Adenoids and Voice:
Your adenoids are not closely associated with your vocal chords, so it should not permanently affect your voice.
You may get some post operative swelling which may make your voice a little hoarse, but that is usually temporary. ...Read more
Does voice get changed after adenoid removal in 5 year old boy as it is now 50 days after the operation and his voice not the same like before ?
Adenoids and voice: Yes as the adenoids can change your voice when they are very large. ...Read more
Possibly: Depending on their size the procedure may well change your voice. The bigger they are and the more they obstruct your airway the bigger the effect removing them will have. ...Read more
Nothing: Not every boy's voice breaks. Particularly if you are a singer, you may get enough vocal exercise that it never happens to you. My kid brother is a singer and was lucky enough that it never happened to him- he ended up with a 3 octave vocal range instead! good luck and best wishes! ...Read more
Aloe vera: Recommend otolaryngologist evaluate your larynx. Also consider gargling twice a day with aloe vera juice. ...Read more
No: I'm going to assume that the rest of your body is that of a grown man. I'm told that martin luther's voice never broke; he seems to have been none the worse for it. Best wishes. ...Read more
Singing : You would want to gradually get back into it. Just like training for a race. Too much too soon will lead to vocal cord problems down the road. ...Read more
May change it: Bad acid reflux can cause irritation and inflammation of the vocal cords. Can lead to swelling, edema, scarring, nodules, polyps, tumors of same. All of these could affect the sound quality, timbre, vocal strength, as well as general health of your throat (and general health). ...Read more
I'm an 18 year old male and my voice isn't deep - this has lead to me being ridiculed. Why is this?
Anatomy: Could be due to the structure, elasticity and anatomy of your vocal cords. Best to see an otolaryngologist for an examination of your vocal cords. ...Read more
I don't have a lisp. I have slushy voice that is unclear at times. My 's' sound comes out slushy mostly. How to fix voice?
Contact a speech Rx : Speech & language pathologists go through training that allows them to identify and work on areas to promote clear and useful speech.They often work with a rehabilitation center or schools.Look one up. ...Read more
When I get nervous I hear a voice that screams, this makes me more nervous, which makes it worse and then I can't think straight?
Psychiatric help: Auditory hallucinations are concerning and coupled with your anxiety states, they warrant an evaluation by a psychiatrist as you won't be able to handle these problems without help and guidance from a specialist. Speak to your primary care physician and get a referral promptly. ...Read more
I'm 17 and my voice hasn't change yet and I don't want it to. Will it change still and what age (range) does a guys voice change ?
About the time: ' don't want it ' is not in your hands , your male hormones has its own path as you reach young adulthood . ...Read more
What would make you lose your voice for 4 months i didn't yell or anything there is no pain but i lost my voice for more then 4 months
After 2 weeks without any other symptoms, you may want to look into other reasons for your laryngitis.
There are number functional and anatomical problems that can cause prolonged laryngitis such as:
- otherwise silent reflux related changes,
- vocal fold hemorrhage (broken blood vessels),
- muscle tension dysphonia,
- benign or malignant growths (especially if you are a smoker)
these can be diagnosed via a laryngoscopic exam performed by an otolaryngologist otherwise known as an ear nose and throat doctor. If your laryngitis persists, you may want to have your doctor recommend a specialist who has the tools to complete a more thorough exam. ...Read more
I've only coughed a little bit the past couple days but my voice is different, why? I haven't coughed at all today, plenty of fluids and rest.
Maybe chord bleed: If you had a coughing spell, you might have suffered a small hemorrhage on your vocal chords which can cause your voice to sound different. Another explanation is that the same inflammation which led to your coughing, is also involving your vocal chords. Usually either of these causes will resolve on their own, given time. You're doing the right thing by fluids and rest. ...Read more
Sometimes I don't care for the sound of my speaking voice when I say certain words or phrases. How can I change this? ex: (use certain diction?)
Speech Pathologist : A speech and language expert can help you with your speech patterns etc . ...Read more
My voice doesn't come out in the morning, it always cracks sometimes it doesn't even come out at all I'm 16 and it's been going on for months why?
Puberty voice change: This is part of the process of puberty where your voice changes as you progress into adulthood. Try a cool mist humidifier at your bedside. If you feel that this is not the problem then consult ENT to examine your throat and vocal chords. Just don't continue to ignore it. ...Read more
Is it normal to contradict yourself in your mind all the time? To have voices you tell yourself ARNT there. I can't tell if I'm making them up or not.
Out of mind: These contradictions may be ok if they are coming from within the mind versus outside the mind = hallucinations or delusions, which will require professional help. ...Read more
Voice coach: Find a voice coach. Most colleges have them. They can work miracles. ...Read more
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How do I permanently destroy my voice from ever working again? I don't need it, and I don't want it.
Voice: that is a drastic step. You need to discuss this with your doctor and or your loved ones. You don't say what your age is. This may be part of some depression or anxiety, or overreaction to something you have said. please seek out some professional guidance before you do anything such as trying to permanently destroy your voice! ...Read more
I am losing my voice and i don't know. I have not been yelling or coughing or anything can you help me ? Please and thank you
Many possibilities: Reflux is a major reason why people have voice problems in the absence of vocal abuse. Poor vocal technique can also be an issue. If you drink coffee or tea, stop. Also don't eat or drink anything for 3 hours before going to bed. You also should make an appointment with an ENT doctor. ...Read more
How do u know for sure that voices or visions a person is seeing or hearing is a hullucination just because you can't see or hear it?
Hallucinations?: Ask the person to describe what they see/hear. ...Read more
I was sick well over a month ago and the upper part of my voice still hasn't returned. What's going on? I got better over a month ago.
Higher range: If you are talking about the higher range of your voice when you sing. It may be due to continued inflammation of your vocal cords. But not knowing what kind of illness you had an not examining you it is only speculation. You may want to see an ENT physician, especially if you use your voice for a living. ...Read more
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