How To Stabilize Shrill Sounds After An Accident?

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Hello, ask ya. Never screamed due to an accident, when it was hoarse for a long time … now my voice is so shrill, if you can’t sing high notes again. How to spend it again how.

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Hello Marbetshiho,


Suddenly making a loud noise or screaming too loud can cause several things such as inflammation in the vocal cords, nodules or cause lumps in the vocal cords or edema or swelling that persists in the vocal cords due to inflammatory conditions and nodules that are not handled properly. These conditions can make the sound change or when singing can have an effect of not being able to reach certain tones.


If it has happened a long time ago it is necessary to do an examination first on the ENT specialist doctor. Later an examination can be done by using an endoscope or a camera hose to see the condition of the throat starting from the pharynx, larynx and vocal cords and determine the next step. Some cases if there is edema or a more severe condition it requires more handling such as operative measures to overcome them.


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