Voice Symptoms Overview
Voice symptoms may include hoarseness or voice changes such as nasal speech. The voice is controlled by the larynx, which is inside the throat. Causes of voice symptoms range from simple problems (e.g. voice overuse from shouting or singing) to voicebox disorders (e.g. laryngitis) to underlying metabolic or hormonal disorders (e.g. thyroid disease).
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- Hoarse Voice: A hoarse voice is where the voice seems lower in volume or has a rough or raspy sound. Hoarseness can
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- Sore throat: Sore throat or throat pain is caused by various infections and disorders. Example causes include cough (with a myriad possible
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- Speech Symptoms: Speech symptoms include difficulty with speaking, which may include disorders of the mouth, tongue, larynx, and oral regions. There are
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- Speech difficulty: Speech difficulty may include problems understanding speech, word processing problems, or difficulty with the articulation of speech (dysarthria). Firstly, note
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