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If you were to injure your windpipe would you have breathing problems?
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Dr. James Sidman
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery - Pediatric
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Yes, if it is a serious injury.
If it is high, then voice changes would also be noticeable. If no breathing or voice problems, then nothing to worry about.

In brief: Yes
Yes, if it is a serious injury.
If it is high, then voice changes would also be noticeable. If no breathing or voice problems, then nothing to worry about.
Dr. James Sidman
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Dr. Eric Toloza
Surgery - Thoracic
In brief: Yes.
If the trachea or larync are fractured or become swollen, you would have breathing problems.

In brief: Yes.
If the trachea or larync are fractured or become swollen, you would have breathing problems.
Dr. Eric Toloza
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