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Hoarse Voice No Pain
Laryngitis: Sounds like you have laryngitis. You lost your voice because the virus attacked your vocal cords and caused them to swell. The swelling will go down over the next 24 hours and your voice will come back. Just a lot of cool fluids will help and no talking. Talking will cause the vocal cords to vibrate more and aggravate the swelling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hoarseness is having difficulty producing sound when trying to speak, or a change in the pitch or quality of the voice. The voice may sound weak, very breathy, scratchy, or husky. Hoarseness is usually caused by a problem in the vocal cords. Most cases of hoarseness occur with swelling (inflammation) ...Read more
Sore throat, voice loss, coughing, congestion (mostly chest), sore and stiff neck/back. No appetite?
Laryngitis/URI: Upper Respiratory tract Infection either by Virus or Bacteria can give you sore throat, hoarse voice, cough and fever. Rx Anti inflammatory like Advil/Aleve. Vit C. If not improved in next 24 hours get examined by your doctor to make sure of No Tonsilitis. You may need antibiotic .ANd please stop smoking which prolongs sickness ...Read more
I lost my voice3 days ago, have productive cough, earache, mild headache, head/chest congestion, no fever no sore throat?
Sounds viral: If it persists, see pcp.Get a more detailed answer ›
Several: Laryngitis (inflammation of the vocal cords) from a cough or vocal "overuse", acid reflux to the voice box, vocal cord nodules or polyps are common causes. If voice rest does not help this within a week or so, or if you are a smoker, you should get this checked to make sure it is nothing more serious. Sometimes voice box cancers can cause hoarseness without associated pain. ...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
Hard mass in right front throat, voice vibrating and hoarse, low grade fever, intermittent chills, fatigued. No doctor. Any suggestions?
Sneezing, tired, lots of yellow mucous, chest pains, upper back pain, hoarsey voice, try deep coughing, but no fever.
Sore throat, pain and difficulty swallowing, post nasal drip, lump in throat, hoarse voice, loss of appetite what could it be, no docapp. For a while?
Dry cough for 4 days with sore throat, hoarse voice. No fever. Nausea at times and discomfort in stomach just below sternum.
An early upper respi: This sounds like an early upper respiratory infection. To treat this gargle with some warm salt water, put 1 teaspoon of salt in a large glass of warm water and gargle with this. For the nose saline nasal spray that you can buy over-the-counter can be used three or four times a day no other treatment is necessary. ...Read more
Sinus congestion and pain, pain left ear, slight fever, post nasal drip, cough, headache, chest and back pain, lost voice, sore throat, green phlegm?
viral infection: Probably an old fashioned cold that you should treat with over the counter cold meds for 3-5 days. If no improvement, see your doctor! ...Read more
Patience: If you are not having significant fever with your sore throat, it is likely a viral infection. You can just give a few more days and see if your improve. Make sure your sleep is good and that you are hydrating well. If your get a high fever or things get worse, then get into see your physician. ...Read more
Constant dry throat, a lot of flem, sore lymph nodes, trouble swallowing/clearing throat. no pain. ?
Singing a lot recently. Throat is sore but feels like a muscular pain. No voice loss, feeling fine. Pain is 1-2 below voice box area? Should I worry?
Throat discomfort: There are ENT specialists who deal primarily with singing related issues, and have become well known for their expertise in this area. Consult with one of these to be evaluated and have this question addressed accurately. Best wishes. ...Read more
Swollen throat, difficulty swallowing (breathing is fine), severe ear ache/pain especially when swallowing. Some congestion. No fever or cough. X3days?
Throat painful, no cold keep losing voice for short bursts voice box hurts wen i open my mouth very raspy pain is way lower than tonsils?
Probably a URI: Hydrate and rest. If it doesn't improve or it worsens call your doctor. ...Read more
99F, migraine, stuffy nose, barking cough, ear pain, throat pain(feels tight), mild chest pain. Low appetite. Trouble sleeping. How to relief?
Fatigue.Swelling in throat by my voice box like somethings stuck. Pressure in ear-swallowing. No pain, slight cough. Dentist said virus, but not strep
Symptoms not related: You mention a variety of symptoms that are not related. Fatigue is multifactorial and is not related to your throat. The feeling of a lump in your throat can be related to acid reflux or muscle hyperactivity of the opening of the esophagus; sometimes related to anxiety. I am surprised that a dentist would make the diagnosis of a virus based on your symptoms. See a physician. ...Read more
Nose: You may be at the onset of a cold (viral illness) but the two may not be related. You should check it out with your doctor. If the nose drainage has been going on for awhile and started after your brain surgery you should see an ENT to check it out. ...Read more