my voice goes down , and i need to take a deep breath during talking. i am a lecturer and been in this field for the pas 20 years and never had any problem like this.
this problem is only when i talk but there is no problem either walking , running and i can breath perfectly.
i have had diierent medical tests and nothing could be diagnosed
help is needed
This problem could be a functional disorder of the vocal cords or an abnormality of the tissue of the cords and/or surrounding structures. Your lack of other symptoms strongly suggests that this is a disorder of the larynx, rather than a disease of the lungs. In either case, you need to know what the problem is. I strongly recommend a consultation with an ENT specialist who has a special interest in voice disorders and works closely with a Speech Therapist. Many professional performers, such as actors, singers, politicians, are under the care of this type of specialist. You might begin by determining if your local opera singers or large choral groups have a preference for such a doctor in your area. Another option is to call LUNG LINE
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