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... days before it kicks in, dr peak woo is in nyc and is kinda the pioneer for this treatment you should google him don't know if there is any specialist in fl. maybe call his office and see if they can referer somebody in fl. ... (4 replies)
... couple of weeks ago because I could not breathe. all that comesout is croup like sounds. I saw an ENT at the hospital and he put a scope down my throat. the left vocal cord is very sluggish and has a lot of scar tissue.He put me on low dose prednisone and wants me to see another specialist for a second opinion. ... (1 replies)
... You HAVE to know about my son's cure for Vocal cord dysfuntion and how doctors should at least give their patients an option in this direction. I'm so sorry for your suffering! ... (6 replies)

... I'd like you to know about my son's cure for Vocal cord dysfuntion and how doctors should at least give their patients an option in this direction. ... (9 replies)
... I'm still very short of breath. I've been to every specialist possible until finally a pulmonologist thought I had VCD. It was confirmed with both my ENT and speech pathologist via a scope. ... (1 replies)
... I was referred to a Pulmonary Specialist when I originally went to my GP for my laryngitis and pain and a strange numbness in my throat and neck. ... (5 replies)
... Do you see a specialist who only deal with voice disorders? ... (20 replies)
... I am at my wits end with this! I see a specialist and speach therapist....what else can I do? ... (20 replies)
... A pulmonary specialist suspects that my vocal chords could be causing me to have a sudden intake of air and sometimes a bit jerky instead of smooth inhalation due to them not opening and closing properly. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! I read your posting, and I am going to a vocal specialist in 3 weeks to see if I have VCD - I am curious what they did to diagnose you. I am a voice teacher, and have shortness of breath when I am teaching - I breath from my diaphragm all the time because I teach it every day - I was wondering if your shortness of breath gets worse when you are really tired. I just got... (20 replies)
EmphysemiA
Sep 1, 2007
... If she uses inhalers, they can cause vocal problems. She might ask her dr. if using a nebulizer would help. ... (4 replies)
... tion that is mostly found in Type A females...there is no treatment for it...you need to pant when you run, that will release the chemicals in your brain to your vocal cords to tell them to unswell..." or something of that nature. Yeah, I tried panting. I really did. I almost passed out. ... (0 replies)
Bronchial Spasms
Jun 18, 2006
... asthma is a clinical diagnosis there is not a test for it. Asthma is treated with inhaled steroids,many asthmatics experience chest pain, there is also vocal cord dysfunction.. the dizzyness is from hyperventilation when people get short of breath their brain says breathe faster... ... (2 replies)
... the tests came back negative. after some breathing workouts they ruled out the possibility of asthma, nad they dont think its allergies, I was even tested for a vocal cord disfunction. They also said the nodules were not scarred tissue. ... (10 replies)
Update
Jun 2, 2005
... Throat specialist this morning. ... (1 replies)
... If the acid is making its way into your lungs you would also be hoarse due to the acid passing over your vocal cords. do you have hoarseness and a chronic sore throat, too? ... (4 replies)
... Now they want to send me to a GI specialist for the scope for GERD and to an ENT for vocal cord trouble etc. ... (10 replies)
... Maybe a lung specialist would be of help, rather than a general doctor. ... (3 replies)
... was jerky, but the doc told me it wasn't a lung problem. He said, "You are able to breathe, it's when you CAN'T breathe that we worry about." The doc thought my vocal chords weren't functioning properly and the only way to know is to go see an ENT specialist. ... (2 replies)
... reflux when you have acid regurg will not be acidic or will be less acidic and there will also be less stuff, this means that if any of it makes its way to your vocal chords, it will probably cause less damage. ... (11 replies)


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