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Avatar n tn I was in a yelling and screaming match which ended with a punch to my neck.There is a visible red bump or blister in the back of my throat behind my left tonsil(closest I could research seems to be my"lingual tonsil"?) I tried to take it easy talking for a while but only see improvement with complete silence,and immobility.For awhile I only ate soft foods.
Avatar f tn Something that I did notice last Friday. My throat was exceptionally and immensely itchy/dry. I'm a bartender and I found myself yelling some, which I do quite often, but that day I wasn't yelling nearly as much as I do yet in one hour my voice was almost gone, which i knew was because of my dry/itchy throat. Again, the question remains what could be causing my throat to be so sensitive. I feel my throat closes up, feels more itchy when im active.
Avatar f tn s highly unlikely you tore something, as our bodies can handle a lot. To help with the pain of a soar throat, you can suck on throat lozenges or gargle salt water. Try to rest and drink plenty of water. Also, did you ever get the black mole checked out?
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 m tn I lost my voice about two weeks ago from yelling far too much at a party. Since then, I've been able to speak, but I get pain in the left side of my throat and my ear when I talk for more than a minute. In general, I feel discomfort/a small lump in my throat when I swallow which is really what hurts. My voice sounds totally normal, though.
Avatar m tn On May 28, 2015 around 7 am I woke up with a sore throat. I don't think it was from allergies, because when I breath in I don't feel the itchiness in my throat. I don't think it's a cold either. I have don't have stuffiness in my nose. Only stuffiness in my throat. There was a yelling incident, on May 27, 2015 8:15 to 9:15, I must have yelled for a long time at the top of my lungs, and then the next morning, what a coincidence I woke with a sore throat.
1088509 tn?1352236247 I feel like Im yelling alot and now my 3 yr old is starting to. How do I get away from it??
Avatar f tn If its yelling and only yelling, maybe your bf is not used to being around a pregnant woman. Sit him down and let him know how you feel about it. If he is domestically violent, nothing will change that and its best to leave, specially for the childs and your own safety. Dont look for counseling in those situations. Just leave. You control your life not some man.
Avatar f tn Some things that could affect your voice are goiter (swelling/inflammation of the thyroid), smoking, GERD (acid reflux), over use of the voice (talking/yelling), cold/sore throat and others.
Avatar f tn a month ago my sinus flared up pretty bad. I actually stayed in bed for about 2 days taking over the counter sinus medication. after a couple days I felt better and everything seems to be fine. Minus the constant nose running and ears itching. About 3 days later for no reason at all I woke up with no voice. I thought it was weird but there was no pain so it wasn't a big deal. I figured it would return at some point throughout the day.
Avatar f tn I just finished a stressful, crying, yelling match with my husband. I had a sharp pain in my stomach for about thirty minutes afterwards that came and went. The baby was moving around though. Is she ok?
Avatar n tn However, I still have popping in my left ear, sensitivity to yelling or other loud noise, and periodic dull pain. I am also now experiencing a lump in the throat feeling when I swallow, which tends to increase if I drink any alcohol and is extremely annoying. Any suggestions? I am hesitant to return to an ENT office that tells me "We don't know." This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
Avatar n tn Since chest pain comes with yelling, is there a chance you have high BP. If yes, then LBBB could be due to the high BP and when you are yelling, the BP rises. Go for a 24 hour holter and see if this is the cause. Was a ECHO done to fine the cause of LBBB such as aaotic stenosis and dilated cardiomyopathy? Conduction defect can also be due to coronary artery disease and this can be diagnosed by angiography. I think you need a more extensive cardiac testing. Take care!
Avatar f tn EVERY TIME I GIVE MY BOYFRIEND ORAL SEX MY THROAT BECOMES SORE BUT THIS TIME IS DIFFERENT BECAUSE I ENDED UP REAL SICK AND MY DR. SAID I HAD STREP THROAT. IS THERE ANY CAN OF WAY GIVING ORAL SEX HAS ANYTHING TO DO WITH ME HAVING STREP THROAT?
Avatar f tn Breathing, growling, moaning, yelling, roaring... Anything that opens your throat up is actually helpful for birth as it also helps to widen other openings subconsciously... You go with your body and you do what you feel works best! If that includes loud primal noises then good!
Avatar f tn This morning my husband yelled upstairs to me and when I answered him back, it hurt my head. I noticed that any kind of yelling has hurt my head all day. I didn't think anything of it before but this has been going on for a few weeks. I recently had an mri of the brain and various blood tests for an unrelated sensory disturbance issue. All my tests came back normal. I do not have high blood pressure or blood sugar problems either. I have always had migraines as did my mom and gram.
Avatar m tn Your symptoms could be due to Vocal abuse, which is due to excessive talking, throat clearing, coughing, inhaling irritants, smoking, screaming, or yelling. Vocal misuse is improper voice usage such as speaking too loudly or at an abnormally high or low pitch. Frequent vocal abuse can cause temporary or permanent changes in vocal function, voice quality, and possible loss of voice. This can be diagnosed by a throat examination.
455051 tn?1255826518 also can yelling and verbally fighting be harmful if pregnant. It is so hard to talk to an alcoholic, they do not listen so after asking and telling one in a normal voice so many times you have to eventually raise your voice.
Avatar n tn I am a foster mom and the child I have is 1 and a half. Nothing seems to make her happy. She is always yelling. I've tried giving her her cup, snacks, taking her to the swings, holding her or just bringing her with me where ever I go. Not only that she doesn't sleep. She can cry for hours at bed time or nap time, then she sleeps for like 20 monutes.What can I do to help her? Is there a doctor who can evaluate her?
732437 tn?1296904939 m not getting any answers as to why I have this or how to prevent it, other than to try to prevent colds and flus, constant gum and cough drops to humidify my throat, limiting talking (yelling is completely out), pilocarpine medicaton, and salt water gargling at night. I tried several months on acid reflux meds and diet but it made no difference. I struggle with this every day.
Avatar f tn Hello, I just had a miscarriage, 6wks into pregnancy. My question is, could extreme yelling & screaming several times a day at my family cause my miscarriage? Stressing over unemployment? I would really like to know. Would greatly appreciate a response. Thank you.
Avatar n tn Your symptoms could be due to Vocal abuse, which is due to excessive talking, throat clearing, coughing, inhaling irritants, smoking, screaming, or yelling. Vocal misuse is improper voice usage such as speaking too loudly or at an abnormally high or low pitch. Frequent vocal abuse can cause temporary or permanent changes in vocal function, voice quality, and possible loss of voice. This can be diagnosed by a throat examination.
Avatar n tn 5, but has been as high as 100.5. When I woke up this morning and took a look at my throat using a flashlight, I noticed that it was quite swollen. I do have allergies, and the pollen count is fairly high, so that may be the cause. I am taking Allegra 180mg daily, along with Flonase 60mg daily to help with my allergies. After checking my throat about an hour after seeing the swelling, I noticed that it didn't look as swollen as before.
Avatar m tn More than likely the headache is caused by blood pressure increasing. Try to calm some of the intense yelling and that may help.