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Fix the problem: To fix the nasality of your voice would not be effective unless the problem causing it has been fixed. To know more about your problem, you would want to tell us what other symptoms you're having - nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, drainage out of your nose or postnasal drip, etc. ...Read more
I have a nasal voice since birth first I don't recognise it but slowly I recognise that I'm nasal I have no allergies so give me some tips?
See Allergist: Might be worthwhile seeing an Allergist for further workup and evaluation. Skin testing or blood testing for sensitivity to both indoor/outdoor allergens is indicated if you are having congestion, running, sneezing, etc. Once sensitivities are determined then a better treatment regimen can be prescribed. ...Read more
I have a very nasal voice. I also have allergies, I don't think it's from stuffy nose because sometimes I don't have a stuffy nose but still am nasal.
Check with doctor: I have found that many people have got used to their nasal stuffiness even when it is present. Your perception of not having stuffy nose may well be what you have got used to. See your doctor when you think you don't have any nasal problem and see what he finds. I'd bet that you do always have moderate degree of nasal stuffiness. ...Read more
I have a nasal voice. Although I am not able to hear it, others say that my voice is nasal. Can it be corrected? If so then what is the surgery called
Since birth, 2 yr old sounds like she's snoring, even when awake. Has a very nasal voice. Doesn't have sleep apnoea. Dr says chest clear. What could it be?
I've had nasal sounding voice my whole life, is there any way to reduce the nasal sounds while speaking?
Seek a referral: With the speech pathologist via your primary care physician to get objective measurements of your voice production. If not severe and they would recommend and do speech therapy measures. If severe enough it could be concluded that see an ear nose and throat doctor would need to see you to consider a corrective measure. Take care ...Read more
Could rhinoplasty improve my singing voice? I have a very nasal singing voice. Is it possible for a rhinoplasty to correct this? .
Voice changes: Rhinoplasty and particularly septoplasty can cause changes in the voice. This is particularly in the case of an obstructed nasal airway with a nasal voice. When the obstruction is relieved, the voice might change with this as well. I would not depend on this procedure alone to change your voice, however, as voice production is more complex than this. Try voice therapy first. ...Read more
Hiteal hernia, reflux grade A an this year, im having nasal drip, voice changes my coughing! Do I need surgery? 3 dr say yes 3 no? I'm confused! Pls Help
I want to know what causes my nasal voice so I can figure out a treatment plan. What are the most common reasons, and why do they occur?
A nasal voice is a type of speaking voice characterized by speech with a "nasal" quality to it. It can also occur naturally because of genetic variation.
Nasal speech can be divided into hypo-nasal or hyper-nasal. ...Read more
I had nasal wart removal 4 months ago still having post nasal drip and voice issues could this be CSF + have 2 inflamed lymph nodes in upper back neck?
CSF Leak: Leaks such as those are usually deadly within hours. Contact your physician for other options. ...Read more
Nasal congestion, cough, back and shoulder blade pain. Raspy voice. Nasal congestion over two months. Cough yellow mucus getting little better?
Can allergies from post nasal drip cause voice box to swell. In 2 month ent go do Barium swallow and allergy eating if no better but I not hoarse?
You have had laryngeal irritation from ACID REFLUX and you are taking Protonix (pantoprazole) for these symptoms! This is not "really" an allergy and your post nasal drip is a different issue (Flonase is being prescribed for that!
Sounds like you need to sit down with the Health Care Provider who is treating you with some models of your upper airway/GI tract...a little "teaching" is my suggestion. Just a thought ...Read more
Pulsing head + dizzy/lightheaded when lie down. Ears clogged, pressure in eyes/face, nasal voice often. Allergies. Cervical issues. What specialist?
Doctor for allergies: Allergists treat the allergies and the ear- blocking and headaches that come with them. They don't do neck adjustments in the USA. I would start with an allergist and if they do not help you, consider seeing an otolaryngologist for structural causes of the nose and ears giving you these symptoms. For the neck, you may need a different doctor entirely, depends on what symptoms you have. ...Read more
Hay fever, cough with mucous, sore painful throat, hoarse voice, nasal congestion, itchy ears. Which is better, benadryl or Allegra?
Doubt: Possiable, but unlikely. Discuss with ent.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is there anything that can be done, such as surgery, to get rid of the nasal sound of my voice? It's overwhelming at times, I notice it when recorded.
Hyponasal speech: Yes, please see an ENT doctor for evaluation. Common causes include deviated septum, allergy, nasal polyps and adenoid hypertrophy. ...Read more
I sound very NASAL when I talk, even if I completely clear my nose. Is there any way possible to reduce or eliminate the nasal sound of my voice?
Nasal voice: Depending on the cause an ENT evaluation will be able to offer specific advise ...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
Little whizzing, like a dry cough, little hard to breathe. No nasal drainage. Loss of voice. What can it be?
I'm on Zithromax for my cold & it's helping my nasal congestion, but my voice is still hoarse!! I'm so afraid that this will be permanent. Will it?!! …
No it will not: You will be okayGet a more detailed answer ›
I get a sore throat every day. Slight nasal congestion and raspy voice. Swollen glands too. Advil helps, but it comes back. Any suggestions?
See your ENT: You have some sort of chronic problem, but it is hard to know what is going on over the computer. Most likely you are dealing with allergies, chronic sinusitis, or perhaps laryngeal reflux. A thorough history, physical exam and maybe some x-rays or other tests will help sort out the problem. Sinus rinses are a helpful solution for sinus congestion and allergy complaints as well. Good luck! ...Read more
Nasal polyps: Once removed your voice quality will have less of a nasal quality but you need to stay on top of things, see an allergist determine if you have allergies or aspirin allergy and continue treating them do they don't come back quickly. ...Read more
Can you tell me about nasal polyps removed. Will my voice sound normal again after my removal of nasal polyps?
Depends: Nasal polyps are fluid filled inflammatory sacs that appear in the nose and sinuses of people with allergies, aspirin sensitivity, or chronic sinusitis. If your voice is nasal and congested it will likely improve but if your voice issues are caused by vocal cord polyps or other pathology than it may not. You should discuss this with your surgeon. ...Read more