I have horse voice I don't have a sore throat but my voice id almost gone do you know why this is happening?

Common causes. Two most common causes for hoarseness are virus infection and voice abuse (screaming at a sporting event, chronic over use of voice). Depending on age, health status, and smoking habits, more serious reasons may exist. If hoarseness continues, see your doctor. If you recently had surgery call your surgeon right away.
Laryngitis. You can have an infection that affects the vocal cords without bothering your throat. These infections are more likely to be viral than bacterial. Antibiotics may not help but resting your voice and increasing fluids probably will.
Hoarseness. Hoarseness or laryngitis can be caused by a virus or even simple sinus drainage. Soreness is not always a part of it but other symptoms should lead you to the cause. If you are also coughing, clearing your throat, wiping your nose, then i would assume typical allergic/sinus drainage. Acid reflux can also cause problems and an ENT can help further evaluate both of these issues.

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While you are pregnat is it easier for you to have more sore throat more frequently i'am in my first trimester and I have been having a lot of sore throats n hoarseness in my voice for weeks now is this something serious

Infections . Infections of this type are not more common in pregnancy. It may be that you had been exposed to someone with an infection recently. Check with your OB if you do not improve over the next week or two. Sometimes it takes a while (several weeks) for hoarseness to improve after a viral infection. I hope you don't smoke since that can slow healing and be bad for the baby. Read more...

I have lost my voice but don't have a sore throat! What medication do I need?

You probably. have acute laryngitis, assuming you have no other problems. There is no medicine that would help. It will take 2 weeks to resolve. You can help with absolute voice rest and humidifying air. If it persists, see your doctor because it could be something more serious. Read more...

I lost my voice on 4/9, on 4/11 I started a bad cough, starting 4/13 when I have a bad cough attack I get real bad sharp pains a I do have phlem, clear-white in color, sometimes at night it feels like my throat is closing up. I don't have a sore throat.

It . It sounds like you have a viral infection which caused laryngitis(loss of voice because virus affected your voice box). Then it has moved into bronchitis, which is causing coughing attacks. Feeling of throat closing up and coughing fits could be from bronchospasm, which is due to narrowing and swelling of air ways. I recommend that you should see your physician for treatment. Bronchospasm is treated with albuterol. This medication helps relieve the spasm in the airways, helps the cough too. While this is being treated and it taking time to improve, cough can be suppressed with cough medication too in the mean time. If symptoms are treated, that will give the body chance to rest and divert that energy to fight the infection too. Read more...

How can I cure a sore throat and make sure I don't lose my voice?

Yes. Check out this link and read for yourself. http://summaries.cochrane.org/search/site/cold the cochrane group does some of the best research regarding medical treatment. Zinc, echinacea, and possibly vitamin c have been shown in some studies to shorten the duration of the common cold. Read more...
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How can I ease a sore throat with something that won't irritate reflux my voice is affected as well?

Sore throat. For significant sore throat with swollen tonsils / lymph nodes – see physician ; get a strep throat test/ culture. If you have strep throat, antibiotic therapy is imperative to prevent future complications. Consider tylenol (acetaminophen) or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications. Saltwater gargles: mix 1 tsp salt in 8 oz warm water – gargle several times a day. Or gargle with aloe vera juice twice a day. Read more...