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Vocal Cord Polyp In Children
Typically no: Vocal cord nodules/cysts typically do not cause pain, but often hoarseness. If the cyst is infected or becoming too large, may cause pain and difficult breathing etc... Obviously you should follow-up with your doc about the nodule and make sure it is not malignant/canerous etc.. Good luck. ...Read more
The vocal cord is a short (about 1cm long) band of tissue in the larynx (aka "voice box"). It is paired, so everyone has 2, and they are located just below the "adam's apple." when you breathe, they are separated from each other. When you speak, they come together while your lungs push air (like a bellows or bagpipe) past them, and they vibrate, like a reed ...Read more
Vocal cord nodules: This is basically a callous of the vocal cord. It produces a change in one's voice. They are most often due to over use of your voice. First line treatment is generally voice therapy with surgery reserved for recalcitrant cases. ...Read more
Depends: Voice abuse is the most common cause of a vocal fold nodule. It is a thickening of the lining epithelium and usually requires voice therapy. However, modified voice rest can result in recovery of this thickening in a matter of weeks to months. You need to see your layrngologist for advice or a voice therapist for therapy. ...Read more
Another opinion: If your nodule is gone and you are still hoarse and you have discussed this with your ENT and have not gotten help then you need another opinion. Find an ENT who has a special interest in the voice. You should have a videolaryngoscopy with stroboscopy and a consultation with a speech therapist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Polyps: See an ear, nose and throat doctor to actually look at your vocal cords, it is very difficult to diagnose this with an xray. You can get benign polyps, warty growths and nodules for a variety of reasons. Please go to have it diagnosed completely, they can do any biopsies needed also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having polyp removal from my vocal cord. What am i able to eat post surg and how long the period doctors?
Food: Clear liquids day of surgery or soft food, then no restrictions in most cases. ...Read more
I suspect nodules / polyps in my vocal cords as I have lost some of my upper range singing ability. Is there a way to self-check? Can an ENT help?
An ENT would have to do a laryngoscopy to determine whether you have nodules on your vocal cords or whether you might have simply bruised them.
In the abscence of nodules vocal rehabilitation exercises might be indicated to get your vocal range back. ...Read more
I was vomiting for several hours with the flu a few days later i developed tonsils plus the ENT found a polyp on my vocal cords what can I expect?
My gallbladder ultrasound reads abnormal thickening of neck does mean cancer if I have gallbladder polyps?
I had polyps removed on friday 14th sept and today I have pain in face, back of my neck and jaw also have a slight temperature? And the amount of horrible tasting stuff I keep swallowing, is this normal
Possible perforation: You should be expediently evaluated if not already done. Perforation (puncture )of the colon must be considered as a potential cause of these symptoms. Reaction to sedation is less likely this far out. Contact your GI doctor or if getting worse, go to the nearest er. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My colonscopy shows that I have sessile polyp ( neck less ) in my rectum and rectal ulcer am on pentasa (mesalamine) what to do else ?
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