I didnt know where else to put this topic so il put it in here. I have a strange and uncommon voice. Its very noticable. It isnt dull or high pitched or anything like that. Its just it sounds like im always sick. Like I have a raspy voice and it fluctuates while im talking. It is very weird although i dont notice it myself only when i listen to recordings. I am beginnning to hate it very much because throughout high school and now now in college almost everytime i meet new people they always start off by asking if Im sick. Which im not. So i was just wondering what could be causing this as well as what is treatment options if any to the problem. Its been like this since puberty and now im almost 21. It only get me upset when i have to talk loud enough for other people ot hear cause i always get those looks. Just looking for some help. Thanks for your time
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