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My Voice Vibrates
My right ear is ringing and when I talking I hear my voice vibrating I am hard of hearing and I'm trying to figure out if my hearing is worsening?
We can't tell you: That. But, it sounds like there is a problem. An audiologist can do an audiogram and see how your current hearing correlates with past tests. ...Read more
Voice continues to vibrate, lump on front side of throat has increased in size over the last month. No access to ENT. Any suggestions? Thank you
Enlarged: Lymph nodes or thyroid gland you need to see your primary MD for an ultrasound. And blood work ...Read more
Eustachian tube blockage in my right ear in Feb. Yawned a lot to stabilized pressure. Developed left ear quivering; voices, noises vibrate. Annoying,?
ENT: I am wondering if you have seen an ENT specialist for an evaluation of your symptoms. If so, what did they say? If not, make an appointment with one right away so that hopefully you can finally get some relief. ...Read more
Voice: There are multiple ways to evaluate the voice. We can measure the essential frequency, measure vocal range, determine is cough/clearing is a problem, and do an endoscopy to look at the vocal cords. Talk to your doctor about going for an evaluation if there is a problem. An ENT or speech pathologist referral may be indicated. ...Read more
See a Psychiatrist: First, it is important to figure out what may be causing voices. Then, it is possible to try treatment. If you have not seen a psychiatrist, that will be the next step that I recommend. Psychiatrist will be able to help you figure out how best to make the voices go away. ...Read more
Poor technique: Good breathing and energy in the body lead to a good voice. As we age often people's energy levels drop and they lose muscle tone. Shallower breathing with less energy equals a weaker voice. In addition, people who age sometimes lose their hearing and they don't hear themselves as well. This loss of feedback sometimes makes them think they are speaking loudly and they end up speaking improperly. ...Read more
Many causes & cure: The voice is produced by voice box called larynx. Any anatomical abnormality like paralysis, polyp or cancer can change voice. Nasal deformity is an other reason. It can be temporary by constant crying or high pitch singing. It can be effected by diseases like parkinson's, stroke, depression. There are many causes and you have to treat the cause. See ENT doctor & speech pathologist. Good luck. ...Read more
Aphonia: Depends on the cause &extent of injury to the vocal cords. ...Read more
Big voice box: The voice box enlarges.Get a more detailed answer ›
Larynx irritation: The voice is formed by vibrating the vocal chords. If the chords are swollen, irritated, or damaged, the vibrations will be "out of tune", and you may be hoarse or lose your voice entirely. ...Read more
You want to lose it?: I'm thinking you mean the best way to get it back. If so - give it total (TOTAL) rest for several days. No whispering or mouthing words at all. Writing is the safest, but even then try not to be saying the words in your head. All those things pull on the vocal cords a bit. I did it personally and it works best if you don't do them. To lose it - surgery, I guess, but few Drs would do it. Why? ...Read more
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