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What To Do For A Horse Throat
Traumatic vibration: Your vocal cords vibrate hundred of times per second. Normally this repeated vibration causes no ill effect on the voice. If you were to yell, you now overload the system and the vocal cords will aggressively hit each other hundred of times per second. Even with proper training repeated yelling could be detrimental to your voice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have it checked: Hoarseness can be due to viral laryngitis or gastroesophageal reflux and needsto be treated with acid suppression and sometimes steroids for laryngitis, but if it persists you need to see a ENT specialist to have it looked at as it may be due to polyp or tumor or cancer of larynx. ...Read more
It could: But probably is not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Feel like I have something constantly in throat where I have to try and keep clearing it and lose voice or have hoarseness in voice. had for a while.?
Determine cause: Chronic dry cough is most commonly due to 3 conditions: asthma, post-nasal drip, or GERD (heartburn). You might have one or a combination of all three. Post-viral cough is also very common and can last for weeks. Further workup by an Allergist is helpful as they can perform a more detailed assessment including skin testing and pulmonary function testing. Treatment will depend on cause. ...Read more
Voice rest: do you get paid to talk....??? voice rest, don't smoke if you do, seek md eval if persists if not recent cold symptoms ...Read more
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