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Voice is an octave lower, I have a fever, but no cough or other real symptoms?
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Dr. Patrick Melder
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Laryngitis
This sounds like a viral laryngitis.
I presume that you might have a sore throat with low grade temp and possibly some post-nasal drainage. A deep barking cough may develop as well. As long as symptoms are "low grade" symptomatic treatment with tylenol/motrin and hydration will be all that is needed. If your voice symptoms persist beyond 10 days, a course of steroids would be helpful.

In brief: Laryngitis
This sounds like a viral laryngitis.
I presume that you might have a sore throat with low grade temp and possibly some post-nasal drainage. A deep barking cough may develop as well. As long as symptoms are "low grade" symptomatic treatment with tylenol/motrin and hydration will be all that is needed. If your voice symptoms persist beyond 10 days, a course of steroids would be helpful.
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Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine
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In brief: Fever/voice change
Is this a sudden illness or have you been experiencing this for a long time.
Prolonged fever with no know cause always requires a complete examination with your physician. The voice change may also be significant.

In brief: Fever/voice change
Is this a sudden illness or have you been experiencing this for a long time.
Prolonged fever with no know cause always requires a complete examination with your physician. The voice change may also be significant.
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