Allergies hoarseness

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Avatar n tn Now, your symptoms of nasal stuffiness could be due to a deviated nasal septum or allergies. Allergic rhinitis can cause a post nasal drip and this could cause hoarseness of voice. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. In the meantime for relief from your symptoms you could do warm salt gargles and take OTC antihistamines. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar m tn I was diagnosed in Feb with hashi/thyroiditis...I do not have a goiter - my TSH levels have dropped but I am getting moments of hoarseness. Is that just another "fun" part of this madness? Thanks yall!
Avatar f tn How common is vocal hoarseness in MS? Does it go away? My voice has become very hoarse/low in the past few days, which is something I've only experienced once before (after surgery, because that tube was down my throat). Also, I'm having a hard time swallowing liquids, particularly water. No matter how hard I try to swallow correctly, some water feels like it's going down the wrong tube and I start coughing/choking on it.
Avatar f tn Flexeril or cyclobenzaprine or baclofen are not associated with hoarseness of voice. More plausible causes of hoarseness of voice need to be checked like acute laryngitis, vocal cord nodules, allergies, gastro esophageal reflux, smoking, thyroid problems, trauma to larynx, parkinson’s disease and trauma to larynx. Consult an otolaryngologist who will evaluate the causes and treat likewise. Cough suppressants for laryngitis, treat GERD, stop smoking, vocal rest etc will make a difference.
Avatar f tn i totally loose my voice. went to an eent and cannot figure out what is causing hoarseness. i have taken antibiotics and even meds for gerd nothing happened still have hoarse voice. they said i have swollen vocal folds took antibiotics already and steroids no effect as well. my thyroid was also check and the test was clear. i was diagnosed with reinke's edema but i do not smoke meds given had no effect as well. what could be causing my hoarseness of voice please help?
Avatar n tn I lived on a farm for my entire childhood and moved away and got allergies. So maybe getting tested for allergies could help. Do you wear a mask? I really think your work environment is not helping your condition.
Avatar m tn I gave unprotected oral to a massage worker a couple of weeks ago. About the same time I developed a "scratchy" throat and some hoarseness in my voice, along with some post nasal drip. Coincidentally, I stopped using daily antihistamines around this time, because I learned they can cause urine retention, and I am experiencing symptoms of BPH. I am somewhat concerned about Throat Gonorrhea. What are the chances I have this? And what are the symptoms I should look for?
Avatar m tn , 250#) of generally good health, reasonably active, and 2 months smoke free. I’m also adenoid free, no known allergies, and I had the mumps as a child. I have been various degrees of hoarse for several months with occasional eye watering coughs. It's also been difficult/painful to swallow sometimes. Symptoms have been increasing in severity recently. It's been uncomfortable, but not impairing. I haven't been physically sore or feverish.
Avatar f tn ve read a few complain of hoarseness, due to allergies. Acid reflux can cause hoarseness due to acid corriding the throat. Best thing to do is continue to seek a physician, till you discover one that can resolve your complaint. As for thyroid, I had a very large one, did not have any voice difficulty, only swallowing/breathing. I remember constantly swallowing, to readjust my throat. Have you seen an endocronologist? If so, what did they state.
2899052 tn?1436831245 Two years ago, I started with a very bad sore throat. My primary doctor gave me an antibiotic. Then my sore throat went away for three days. After that, I coughed alot and had alot of phlegm stick in my throat! I have very bad hoarseness! It wasn't easy to clear my throat so I had to drink water to clear my throat! I went to ENT doctor to check it out. He said my vocal cord (throat) is little swollen because it's from the exposure of acid and I have alot of phlegm in my throat!
1025211 tn?1251977152 It is a serious condition. The causes of hoarseness not related to back pain are- Vocal cord lesions, allergies, thyroid problems or laryngeal cancer. The causes of back, hip and leg pain may be Sciatica, Nerve injury or compression due to disc protusion, degeneration, herniation or MS itself. Please consult a neurologist for the proper management of symptoms. Hope this helps you. Take care and regards!
262365 tn?1268508268 I have not had a cold or virus or any so throat. I wanted to know is this hoarseness hormonal, or is it because of the severe acid reflux that I am having?
Avatar f tn I have been to two doctors and have not been able to accurately characterize my problem. I have had voice hoarseness for several years, getting worse. My voice always feels strained, as though I've been yelling or talking non-stop for a long time, even though I haven't. It feels like either a strained throat muscle or something is wrong with my voicebox. My voice is different than it was a few years ago. It seems a tiny bit deeper and "vibrates" more when I speak.
Avatar f tn I have had hoarseness of varying degrees since 9/2012, when I was hospitalized with pneumonia. I was subsequently hospitalized in 12/12, 1/13, and 6/13 with pneumonia also. During the 1/13 hospitalization, they finally discovered that I had chlamydia pneumoniae and said it was likely to have been the cause of earlier episodes of pneumonia. I had a horrible, dry, hacking cough that did finally improve about mid-February.
Avatar f tn I have MVP with moderate regurg and some amount of coronary artery disease. Three stents were placed in LAD in July 2007. For the last six weeks I have been walking between 30 and 45 minutes per day at a moderate pace. I have had some chest pain but it is not related to the walking (in fact, it seems to lessen during exercise) but last night I had a hard time completing my 45 mins. After stopping, I had several episodes over the next hour of profuse sweating and then freezing.
Avatar f tn I have had laryngitis and hoarseness, which is getting worse now. In my 6th wk of treatment and wondering if anyone else has had this problem. Have had in the past, never this bad. Any thoughts would be appreiciated. Other then normal allergies, and some fatigue, no other changes. Could my liver have an effect on my vocal cords, throat,, etc.?
Avatar m tn Acute laryngitis caused by allergies, viral infection, chronic laryngitis and laryngoesophageal reflux all can cause hoarseness and voice difficulties. Rare but serious causes producing these symptoms are vocal cord paralysis and vocal cord tumours.Please see your Otolaryngologist (Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor) for an evaluation. A detailed clinical examination and tests can help in determining the cause. Treatment will depend on the underlying cause. Hope it helps. Best wishes and regards!
Avatar m tn They happen infrequently. I also get acid reflux, anxiety, have a post nasal drip, sore throat, voice hoarseness and wake up with stuff in my chest. I having coughing episodes in the morning and get a bad gag reflux where my throat closes, but the morning episodes I'm not too concerned about. It's the ones I get when I'm not coughing and my throat just closes up suddenly with no warning.
Avatar f tn Hoarseness can be a symptom of thyroid cancer, but could be due to other things as well, like the allergies you mentioned. I did have hoarseness but never thought it was anything other than a virus.After surgery I lost my voice for 6 weeks, but that doesn't happen often.Good luck with the FNA ,and I totally understand the anxiety. I would be fine and then start reading stuff on the internet and get very scared.Everything will work out fine for you.
558632 tn?1303471125 anyone else have come and go hoarseness, i have hoarseness 4 to 5 days out of the week, with slight swellng in throat, then it goes away for a couple of days and comes back i have enlarged thyroid with a goiter and diagnosed with graves, thanks GW
Avatar f tn Does anyone else experience hoarseness? I have been recently I notice when I get tired. I'm not sure if it's related to the MS or not. It's not really a big deal as far as symptoms go just kind of annoying and I was curious if it could be a nerve thing or not.
Avatar f tn Hoarseness can be due to any number of causes. Reflux, cough, vocal cord/laryngeal lesions (polyps, nodules, edema, tumors), vocal cord paralysis, post nasal drip/secretions, vocal cord irritation or infections. An exam of your vocal cords by an ent would be helpful to better assess your problem. Good luck.
Avatar f tn Dear ceecee, Try not to frighten yourself unnecessarily. A thyroidectomy is not always indicated just because you have a nodule. It's extremely common to have them and your's is small. You would have your thyroid removed only if the nodule were cancerous, and since you only have one nodule, worst case scenario they would take one lobe. The ultrasound will show if it's impinging on your vocal chords, but since it's small, that seems unlikely.
647391 tn?1275016633 When such an allergy occurs,it may cause hives,swelling,itching,hoarseness of voice and difficulty in breathing and life threatening anaphylaxis. Numbness,swelling and drooping cannot be explained by coffee allergy.I think that it can be due to Bell’s palsy manifestation.Best would be to consult a physician/neurologist. Hope it helps.