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Why Is My Voice Hoarse
Why does my voice get hoarse easily? Reading out loud w/in 3min makes it a strain to talk& my voice gets hoarse. Mom-hypothyroidism. Got checked - no.
Rapid hoarseness: Please arrange to see an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor. ...Read more
There are many causes of a hoarse voice. Voice overuse, misuse, viral infection, and reflux of acid from the stomach are the common causes. I am not sure what you are saying in your question. But I assume you are asking what can cause a hoarse voice.
Constant clearing of the throat and frequent coughing can also cause a hoarse voice. If persistent see an ENT doctor. ...Read more
See an ENT:
Otolaryngologists or ENT surgeons can evaluate you and perform the necessary tests to evaluate your hoarseness.
There are many possibilites here so they would be the most qualified specialist to see. ...Read more
What to do if I have done a lot of yelling over the years and now my voice so hoarse. Is that any way to reverse this?
I've had a "hoarse" voice since April 2nd (when I was sick). I'm all better, but my voice is still hoarse... What might be the cause of that?
Hoarse Voice: Greetings. The most likely cause of your vocal changes is persistent swelling of your vocal cords. The cold is most commonly caused by a virus as is laryngitis. Give your voice a rest. Drink lots of liquids and avoid aggressive throat clearing. Ibuprofen is a good antiinflammatory that will help too. I assume you have no reflux and don't smoke. Rest assured your voice should recover just fine. ...Read more
I am a 32 y old woman and my voice is hoarse and quite deep, I feel this is getting worse with age, this is really affecting my confidence, thanks?
ENT doctor: You should see and ENT doctor and have h/her look at your vocal cords and advise you. If you smoke then it is a "no brainier" as to what you need to do. Still see the ent, which stands for ear, nose, and throat. ...Read more
Many reasons: But the underlying problem is something affecting the vibration of your vocal cords. The vocal cords are like two strands of a rubber band. When they don't vibrate well, you will have hoarseness. This can be due to inflammation (reflux, allergies), infection, poor technique leading to fatigue, smoking, nodules, polyps, cysts, etc. If hoarseness persists, you should see an ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple causes: You could have a vocal cord polyp or nodule, you could also have reflux disease which may be more likely. Even if you do have the former, conservative treatment is the same. Speak in a normal voice - no screaming or whispering. Try to drink enough water and reduce spicy or salty foods. Prilosec otc may help if taken for 4 - 6 weeks. If it continues see an otoloaryngologist for a laryngoscopy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I lost my voice suddenly on saturday night, its really hoarse but still not back to normal. But im in no paim?
I have hoarse voice and lose air on my last words in a sentence and my last words don't come out. My voice is deeper at times too?
Needs Evaluation: This may represent many different entities, the most of which are benign. Sometimes however a laryngeal malignancy could present in this way. See your physician to sort it out. ...Read more
I’m a female and unable to scream. If I try to nothing comes out. Just a raspy noise. My voice is often hoarse also. What could cause this?
I had strep thoraot about a month ago and still have some hoarseness to my voice---will this eventually go away?
Try not: To use it so much. Rest is the bear doe it. A quiet whisper you should use if you have to use your voice ...Read more
I lost my voice during a very bad cold that lasted for three weeks, now my voice is hoarse. What could this be? Is there any home remedies?
Laryngitis: See my tip on this. Try to rest your voice for about three days. Increase humidification in the bedroom, drink extra fluids, avoid shouting or raising your voice for about 2 weeks. This will allow the inflammation of your vocal cords to resolve. If you still have problems after instituting these measures for 2 weeks, see an ENT. ...Read more
I choked on a carrot about 3-4 weeks ago and my voice got hoarse, and got better the next day. Could the carrot have caused permanent damage?
I've had laryngitis over and over again for the last few months. It's just a bit of hoarseness and then it's gone, but I use my voice for my work.?
This hoarseness is common in people who use their voices, as teachers, singers, etc. But if it is recurring, you need to see an ENT for an examination, rest your voice when it happens, see a doctor soon, good luck.
P.S. You need an adult to ask on your behalf if you're under 18 years, according to HT rules ...Read more