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Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders

Raspy Voice Swallowing

03/16/2010

Question:

MY VOICE FOR ABOUT 6 TO 9 MONTHS IS RASPY (NOT CHRONIC, MOSTLY RANDOM) ALSO WHEN EATING BREAD IS LIKE GIVING A VERY YOUNG CHILD PEANUT BUTTER. I HAVE BEEN TAKING PRISOLEC FOR 3 WEEKS AND THEIR IS NO CHANGE. RASPY IS GETTING MORE FREQUENT, SWALLOWING IS AN ISSUE

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