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Re: spasmodic dysphonia

Posted by Rick on December 21, 1999, at 23:19:06

In reply to Re: spasmodic dysphonia, posted by Rajeev Rajput on December 21, 1999, at 3:45:23

If the problem is all or partially mental -- and particularly if it is worse around other people, Klonopin (clonazepam) may be very helpful to you. Voice problems are one of my biggest Social Anxiety symptoms, and the Klonopin helps immensely. Once in a while, even when I'm NOT feeling anxious, I have brief strange voice symptoms (e.g., tremor), which makes me wonder if I also have some degree of dysphonia -- which could in turn be adding to the Social Anxiety out of embarrassment...sort of a vicious circle.

> Sir,
> I feel short of breath. My voice is very
breathy, whisper like. Sometimes it is 50 % o.k. &
sometimes, it is very worse. In the starting days
of this problem, my voice seems to be much better
in the morning. Now this is not the case. The
problem started when i was disturb mentally. I am
also suffering from anxiety depression from last
five years. My voice problem started nine months
ago. It got very worse. Now i am recovering. I
have recoevered to say 25 % of my original voice.
Is i am suffering from abb. type of spasmodic
dysphonia. It there any cure for it & what are the
chances of recovering. I have heard about botox
injection. Would it help me in my case. Please let
me know. Is there no new treatment invented.
> I am very much depressed. If you will help me, i
will be very oblige.
> Thanking you
> Rajeev Rajput




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