Throat pain singing

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Avatar m tn Hellow , I am 20 years old amd am a singer . Few days ago I hitted too many high notes since then am feeling pain & something stuck in my throat, not always but few times specially when i try to sing . My voice is not opening up and it hurts when I try to sing . I saw the ENT doctor & did my endoscopy . He said everything is fine , U've just bit of mucus but am not feeling everything fine . I dont smoke or drink .
Avatar f tn ve had all routine tests done as I just had a baby. I need to find relief. I MISS SINGING AND TALKING WITHOUT PAIN.
Avatar n tn However, if I use my voice too much (five minutes at a time or even singing just one song), I get a pain very deep down in my throat near my voicebox. This comes with a raw feeling, burning, and enough pain to make it difficult to swallow or talk for days. Sometimes, it is accompanied by yellow mucus built up in my throat, particularly upon waking in the mornings. And if I even whisper a conversation with someone, this pain intensifies.
Avatar n tn Few days before i started seeing blood in my spit i have got my voice very much strained(because of singing). Sometimes i feel very mild pain in my throat(this symptom also started recently say one month). Other than this i do not see any other kind of problem. I am very worried about this. Is this very serious? What could be the reason for this?
Avatar m tn I noticed a pain in my throat last night while singing. I was only doing it unconsciously so I didn't worry until it became completely unbearable. At this point I stopped singing completely and even stopped speaking for the rest of the night. I woke up this morning to find that every time I swallow there's a clicking above my Adam's Apple. It isn't there when I turn my head left, or right.
Avatar m tn Lately I have been having a lot of mucus buildup in my throat, not really my throat, it feels kind of in the middle, like a combination of my nose and throat. My voice has changed as well, both normal and singing (singing more) and it constantly feels like something is stuck in between my nose and doesn't hurt at all, it's just there and annoying. I'm not sure if it's vocal damage from all my screaming or if it's an underlying issue maybe more serious.
Avatar m tn I used to have a smooth and melodious singing voice but now it is almost gone and I use to squeak in the middle of my singing. I cannot control my voice properly, singing in falsetto notes is hopeless now. Flexibility of my voice is also gone my throat feels tightened and restricred I cannot do proper vibrato or so. And the part of my throat around my Adams's Apple also pains. Please Help me :( And sorry for my bad English...
1147816 tn?1261605815 Hi, For the last eight months or so I have been experiencing muscle pains, predominantly when talking or singing. They are usually on the right side of my body. They first began appearing around the top-right hand corner of my right-hand-side shoulder blade and then moved to the right hand side of the neck. Originally I thought I had pulled a neck muscle, but the pain has continued on for months now.
Avatar m tn I've had allergies ever since I've born. A sore throat is not a rare thing for me, in fact, I'm lucky to experience an hour without any pain in my throat. I'm sick of it. I have an unusually low voice. I've even been told by a doctor that my tonsils are effecting the depth of my voice because they are so big. I have trouble speaking, singing, and sometimes it hurts to breathe. I am dead sick of it. I want my tonsils out so badly.
1679858 tn?1346765181 Hi....when u say the lump in ur throat affects ur singing...what do u mean? It can be GERD/acid reflux...or it can be chiari affecting u.... When it affected my singing, my throat felt like I had spasms...and my voice was gone, nothing was coming out....and it felt strange like when u cry or get emotional, this is y I asked this of Heather....I had no idea it was chiari and b4 I got my dx my DD thought I was just lip singing in church...I felt bad, but I could not get nething out.
149081 tn?1242397832 Per my endo and my sleep doc singing everyday will help tighten and strengthen those throat muscles. Thus enabling the throat muscles to remain open while sleeping. So SING LOUD and sing PROUD! Work those throat muscles!
Avatar f tn My rage went down dramatically, and I felt pain when I sing. That was two weeks ago when we first started singing. I stopped this last week, but my throat now hurts all the time, sometimes more than others. It feels like someone is scratching sandpaper in my throat, and just today my whole throat closed up for a few seconds and I couldn’t breathe. It’s getting worse every day. And also, sometimes when I talk my voice cuts off, and that causes a sharp pain. My main concern is when I laugh.
Avatar m tn but i have a problem, after singing a have terrible sorethroat and ache... can you help me to solve the problem or some advise?please write me bach. thanks ahead.
Avatar m tn I have been sick since around Saturday afternoon, I knew I was getting sick because my throat began to hurt badly. I haven't had a voice for the past couple weeks because I have been on vacation and there has been a lot of yelling/singing involved. When I woke up two days ago on Sunday morning I noticed that at the back right side of my throat there was large red patch of irritation, very sensitive. It hurts to swallow but this is not what I am concerned about.
Avatar f tn I always if as if there is something caught or if there is a lump in my throat. I have a litte discomfort in my throat also. I have had this feeling for about three weeks now. I was taking singing lessons, I would sing for about an hour everyday, but when the discomfort started I postponed the singing lesson. I the discomfort always tend to get worse after I talk for a long period of time or if I do try to sing something.
Avatar n tn hi, i'm a singer also and when i was 20 had a camera put down my throat and they saw vocal nodules starting to form but said that they were at a very beginning stage. i'm now 29 and i still sing and didn't start having any problems with my throat again until i was diagnosed with hypo about a year ago. actually only when i'm having problems with my thyroid do i notice a change. i get hoarse for no reason even if i haven't sang.
Avatar n tn i have lost my complete upper register singing voice, ie cant scream, have had nodules removed in the past, and recently have a feeling of something in my throat, kind of like my adams apple is a little bit swollen. eating seems to alleviate this for a short time and i also salivate and get a sore jaw only with the very first bite of food when im hungry.
Avatar m tn Began after an upper airway infection last spring. Constantly sore throat, lost of burning. Started to have pain while singing, and swallowing. Tried antibiotics and allergy medicin with little or no help. Now after a year my tounge shows atrophy and fasicuisations. Been to ENT´s, neuros, gastro, all tests comes back normal. The doctors susspected ALS, but it seems pretty sure to be ruled out. Also other neurological conditions seems ruled out. (ms, stroke, ect.
Avatar f tn I noticed after that, that the left side of my throat hurt pretty bad. I took a break singing until the next day but it kept getting worse. The muscle pain spread into my jaw and today up into my temple. Now it hurts like crazy from the left bottoms of my collar bone, up through my throat, into my temple and it started throbbing. I’m at the point of tears and I’m not sure where it’s coming from. I don’t think it’s my teeth since it started in my throat.
Avatar n tn I constantly got phlem blocking the back of my throat and it blocks my throat when I am singing
Avatar n tn Two years ago, I started singing, but I was using bad technique and I was straining my voice to hit the high notes. This continued one to two hours every day for about 5 months, then i stopped, because the lower range of my voice would start sounding rough after singing for a few minutes. After about one or two months, I started singing again with improved technique, and my voice stopped becoming rough.
Avatar m tn I think I have injured my right tonsil while trying some "throat singing" about 6 years ago. It never bothered me till now, but as I started to taking voice lessons, basically it hurts after singing. Can someone please confirm if my right tonsil is damaged or torn, and if so would it be possible to continue my voice lessons? I've tried giving it some good rest but it still gets sore. Its not at all severe but I can feel it.
Avatar n tn At the moment I have an extremely sore red throat. The left lyphnoid has been swollen for months, my back tonsil is red and little swollen and behind the pallet was white specks now fading. I have been on Cilex antibiodics for a week but still am in pain. Last night and this morning my upper chest is really tight and sore. I have had sever pains under my rib cage, in my stomach and in my front lower sides.
Avatar n tn I am a singer, and have been noticing a very tired/swollen feeling in my throat, jaw and neck after singing for extended periods, as well as some neck and head pain. I recently saw my family physician about this, but also mentioned that I'd been having occasions in which I was unable to chew my food because my jaw muscles were just too tired. I thought that maybe I was having an ear infection or swollen glands, but my doctor said I was fine other than I might possibly have MG.
Avatar m tn Hi, sorry - this is a bit of a long one: CURRENT SYMPTOMS Right now, I have lost my upper range and have to belt to get a note in that range. The lower range is shaky and weaker and I do not have very much ease in producing or holding a note. My speaking voice is weak as well and goes a little hoarse sometimes and when I say something with a higher pitch, I struggle a lot and can feel it is straining - the ability isn't really there anymore.