I've been able to sing high notes before, but I haven't been able to do so in recent months. The throat is not obviously hoarse, but the voice is thicker. Is this normal?
Hello, according to your current description, it may be the vocal cord dysfunction caused by vocal cord lesions, or the vocal cord injury caused by excessive sound use or excessive sound. It can not be ruled out that the pronunciation change caused by the sound change period. It is recommended to go to the hospital to check the electronic laryngoscope and treat the symptoms after diagnosis, so as to avoid excessive sound use and spicy food stimulation.
Hello, according to the situation you said, you can sing high notes before. In this case, you can't sing, and the singing is not caused by vocal cord problems. In this case, you'd better go to the facial features Department of the regular hospital where you are located for a detailed examination, and then deal with the symptoms according to the examination results. In this case, you must go to the hospital for examination.
From the description of symptoms, there is no high voice, and there is no hoarseness in the voice, but there are many possibilities that the voice becomes thicker. For example, vocal cord hypertrophy, vocal cord inflammation and vocal cord edema can lead to even bad habits. It can also lead to a laryngoscope examination to see the vocal cords, and then a voice evaluation to see the diagnosis and clear symptomatic treatment, which can be recovered.