What Is the Recovery Time for Removal of a Polyp from Your Vocal Cord?

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The recovery time for a removal of a polyp from your vocal cord will vary based on each patient. At least one week of vocal rest is required. Quiet talking will continue for between two and six weeks.
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i had it done today so I don't know how long it will be but I was told absolutely no talking/sounds for a week and try not to cough even. after this initial week I can ease into speaking
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Hi there..first, I've got to say that I currently live in S. Korea (where it's also a lot cheaper for treatment than the U.S. and I'd suppose the West in general). I was notified
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It took me about 90 days and then I kind of squeaked for about 2 weeks, but at least I could talk. As a teacher, this presented numerous problems to say the least. But, it takes a
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