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Voice changes with Chiari???

Hi everyone...I was wondering, I'm not sure if im right but i feel like i remember someone saying that sometimes people with chiari have a change in the tone of there voice or like there singing voice and recently i noticed that my singing voice and talking voice had kind of changed...i dont know what this is lol but does anyone know what I mean?

~~thanks- Elle~~
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620923 tn?1452915648
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Hi Elle,

I had a change in my voice and I was told it was bcuz I also had post nasal drip.....not sure, but I still after my surgery am having it....my voice actually gets raspy.

I am not sure if there is documentation that chiari can directly afect the voice, but I do believe it could affect the sinuses which would cause the post nasal drip.

"selma"
800724 tn?1254440318
ok thanks selma
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Huh,  I thought it was allergies but I can't really carry a tune anymore and my throat is raspy sounding now.  
800724 tn?1254440318
yeahh...same with me...im a pretty good singer, its what i do , but recently my singing voice has not been that good...so i think its from chiari but im not 100% sure...one of my 3 doctors said that chiari can sometimes cause a change in your voice.
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