Can I get my voice back?

Need more info. This depends on how you lost your voice. See your doctor today.
Tell me more. What happened to your voice? If it's not functioning well, you should see an ENT with training in voice health to see what options you have. Don't give up.

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How can I get my voice back after losing it?

Voice rest. Complete voice rest for 10 days, good hydration. Don't clear your throat or whisper. Talk softly if you have to. Read more...

Audition for the wiz on sunday. How can I get my voice back to normal so that I can sing?

Rest, hot liquids. Voice rest is usually the best remedy for overly strained vocal chords. Hot liquids also relax and soothe the tissues. I have also found a homeopathic spray, otc called singer's saving grace to be helpful. Good luck. Read more...

How can I get my voice back....I have been sick coughing a very very lot my throat is stil scratchy and is still couching...Pls help I need my voice b?

One remedy. Boil freshly sliced, peeled ginger root in water until the tea is tan. Add 3 tbsp of honey. Sip to help relieve sore throat pain and to accelerate healing of laryngitis. *. Read more...
Time. If you have laryngitis/lost your voice as part of a typical upper respiratory infection, the primary thing you need is time. Other home remedies, like voice rest (trying not to talk, or at least to talk less and not whisper), hot/warm tea, hot showers before bed/humidifier to make sure your throat doesn't get dry, cough drops if you still experience mucus/postnasal drip, may help as well. Read more...

Cough 4 6 weeks, bronchitis. Lost voice 5 days ago. No sore throat. Can nearly speak. Can I get my voice back faster? Seen doc says its a cold

See below. Laryngitis will usually resolve within a week. There is no recommended treatment to hasten the recovery except for performers who must use their voice professionally. In that case corticosteroid medication can be used and will reduce swelling and hasten recovery But not without risks: if the performer strains his or her vocal cords there is a risk of vocal cord hemorrhage and permanent scarring. Read more...
Don't force it. Avoid drying agents like sudafed. Don't try to force yourself to be heard. If you try to force it, you can strain your vocal cords and make the problem last a lot longer. So whisper, or right notes. Nod or shake your head solemnly, and people will think you are wise! The sages of history were known to not speak much. Or, as my ex said, if you need something done just "grunt and point !!!" Read more...

What can I do to get my voice back it has been weak for 6 weeks now?

See an ENT doctor. Persistent hoarseness could be from tumor or polyp of vocal cords or vocal cord paralysis. Direct visualization of your vocal cords is very important! Read more...
Need diagnosis. A voice disorder that has been present for 6 weeks needs a specialist's diagnosis. You may have a benign growth such as a nodule or polyp. If you are a heavy smoker, you could have a more serious problem. Visualization of the vocal folds by an ENT specialist (laryngologist) is mandatory at this time. Read more...

My voice has gone by a flu what can I take to get my voice back?

See below. Keep voice box moist by hydration, humidifier and try Guaifenesin 1200 mg twice daily. Take with food and glass of water. Avoid staining voice by not yelling or whispering. Read more...