In the morning my doctor wants to ask, now my voice is hoarse, 2.2 weeks ago I had fried ice cream noodles. After eating I didn’t complain. After more than 1 week I experienced hoarseness, when I was hoarse in my ears I also itched both sides. Pdhl I consume a lot of water. I think that itching in the ears is common because maybe it’s dirt … it turns out that I cleaned the dirt … what’s causing this, the doctor. N nMy voice is hoarse in the morning when I wake up lgs doesn’t make a sound … later after the sun comes back to normal My voice is still hoarse but still hoarse .. nMaybe because of what?
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Hoarseness is most often associated with inflammation of the pharynx (throat) or larynx (voice box). This condition can occur in mild conditions, for example, if you often shout loudly every day. It could also be, inflammation in the pharynx and larynx occurs because it is triggered by an allergic reaction, infection (can be due to viruses or bacteria), stomach acid reflux (for example in people with LPR = laryngopharyngeal reflux, where stomach acid rises back up to the voice box, throat, and upper aerodigestive tract), smoking, and various other factors.
In addition to pharyngitis and laryngitis, hoarseness can also occur associated with the presence of tumors (eg laryngeal papilloma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma), voice box muscle dystonia, vocal cord paralysis, side effects of drugs, and so on.
Between the pharynx and larynx with the ear is connected by a channel called the Eustachian tube. Therefore, itching in your ears may also occur due to the spread of inflammation around the pharynx and larynx. Or, it could be, your ears become itchy due to a lot of cerumen (earwax) that has accumulated, inflamed outer parts of the ear (otitis externa), psychosomatic disorders, or other factors.
A thorough examination, including blood tests, X-rays, laryngoscopy, or endoscopy is needed to identify the exact cause of your complaint. Therefore, you should try to get yourself checked by an ENT specialist.
In the meantime, you can get rid of the hoarseness and itching in your ears through the following efforts:
Limit screaming too loudly Drink more warm water Stay away from cigarettes Eat more warm soup, less fried foods. Increase fruits that contain lots of vitamin C Get enough sleep Dry your ears well after a shower Don't swim or dive too deep Don't also scratching the ear (for example using a cotton bud) or dropping anything into the ear unless recommended directly by a doctor. If there are substances that often trigger your allergies, avoid these substances. Hopefully it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah