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www.entorlando.com/2015/06/17/what-causes-me-to-lose-my-voice

Sep 16, 2015 ... Even though we commonly associate a lost voice to getting sick, there can be a variety of reasons why someone loses their voice.

www.medbroadcast.com/condition/getcondition/laryngitis

Many people with laryngitis get very hoarse or even lose their voice for a short time. You may feel a tickling or rawness in your throat and experience a constant  ...

www.entnet.org/content/common-problems-can-affect-your-voice

Acute laryngitis is the most common cause of hoarseness and voice loss that ... or overuse, but can also occur in people who don't use their voice improperly.

www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/health/losing-your-voice-can-be-sign-of-something-serious

Apr 24, 2005 ... But everything changed when his voice disappeared, leaving McDowell feeling frightened. ... “Some people have a hypothesis, that the cellphone is the vocal ... is the most common cause of sudden hoarseness or voice loss.

www.health.com/cold-flu-sinus/4-things-that-make-you-lose-your-voice

Jul 3, 2015 ... Laryngitis (the most common cause of hoarseness or voice loss) ... HIV or cancer, but people using a corticosteroid inhaler to treat their asthma ...

www.humanillnesses.com/Infectious-Diseases-He-My/Laryngitis.html

People who lose their voice after cheering too much at a hockey game or who ... and the common cold can easily spread to the voice box and cause laryngitis.

www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hoarseness

Mar 6, 2017 ... Hoarseness is often a symptom of problems in the vocal folds of the larynx. ... have difficulty breathing, or lose your voice completely for more than a few days. ... Sometimes people whose jobs depend on their voices—such as ...

www.webmd.com/rheumatoid-arthritis/why-am-i-losing-my-voice

Dec 7, 2015 ... WebMD explains some reasons why you sound hoarse, such as thyroid ... more likely to have a voice disorder than people who never smoke.

www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/tc/laryngitis-topic-overview

But chronic laryngitis may be caused by more severe problems such as nerve damage ... (say "LAIR-inks"), that causes your voice to become raspy or hoarse. ... You may lose your voice completely. ... And stay away from other people's smoke.