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I have trouble speaking at a normal volume, my voice is always too quiet?

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Dr. David Mann
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Quiet voice

You might have weakness of vocal folds.
This is seen in older patients. You may weak lungs therefore lack of air powering your voice. You could have a polyp or other lesion interfering with function. Finally, you may just be made this way. You need to be checked by ENT to examine vocal folds.

In brief: Quiet voice

You might have weakness of vocal folds.
This is seen in older patients. You may weak lungs therefore lack of air powering your voice. You could have a polyp or other lesion interfering with function. Finally, you may just be made this way. You need to be checked by ENT to examine vocal folds.
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