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... started to also include major arm and facial muscle spasms, eyes rolling into the back of my head, innability to speak for long periods of time afterward, and my vocal cords slamming shut and not reopening until after I pass out. I've had multiple botox injections but have only ever helped in temporary relief from attacks. ... (6 replies)
... My 17 year old daughter, Chelsea, was diagnosed with vocal cord dysfunction in October 2010. She will go weeks where she has episodes every day and then weeks with absolutely no episodes. ... (4 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)
... The Pulmonogist has referred me to a GI because he thinks the acid reflux is damaging my esophagus, irritating my vocal cords and may be the cause of some of my other stuff. ... (5 replies)
... sts during the last 12 months and none of them could come up with anything. I've done a lot of research on my own and found out that my symptoms were indicating Vocal Cord Dysfunction. ... (4 replies)
... Suspect Vocal Cord Dysfunction" for more info. ... (19 replies)
... throat everything looked fine except a little redness on my vocal cords, which she said was probably from acid reflux and had a test for acid reflux which was fine, but was prescribed some pepcid anyways just in case. ... (5 replies)
... That is a problem where your vocal cords actually close off and air can't get by. ... (3 replies)
Aug 3, 2003
... it is vocal cord dysfunction. Some people will have vocal cords that close up. If they close, you can't breath. If you go to the National Jewish Hospital website, you can read a lot of good information about it. ... (1 replies)
... tion that is mostly found in Type A females...there is no treatment for 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)
... Thanks for the advice. I have the same symptoms and suspect that my acid refulx is the culprit as I have had many tests. In particular I think I have vocal cord dysfunction disorder with tight throat feeling and problems breathing in. ... (1 replies)
... iratory looked fine. So the ent told me to start taking pepcid complete which also has not helped. I looked on the internet for similiar things and I think it is vocal cord dysfunction though i'm not a doctor. I was a smoker before this happened and stopped when this breathing problem started. ... (10 replies)
... up" disorder, but it is not. something is physically wrong with you vocal cords and THAT'S why you suffer the way you do. ... (22 replies)
... my father was recently diagnosed with vocal cord dysfunction. He is seeing a Speech Pathologist. ... (1 replies)
... i too suffer from dizziness and sick tingling feeling when i sing or read outloud. i have eustachian tube dysfunction and when its raining or there is a low pressure system over the area my ears block and pull on my vocal cords if its really bad it even causes me to feel tight in the chest and you can feel the pulling sensation all the way down yoyr ears throat and into the... (9 replies)

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