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i just had a tonsilletomy and it seems that my voice isnt as powerful as it was before hand. do my vocal cords just need time to recover? does a tosillectomey even have anything to do with the vocal cords? i need help im a singer, it would be greatly appreciated

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does anyone think their tonsillectomy impacted their singing voice? other than the guy above... if so, how?
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MY DOCTOR SAID THAT IT WOULD NOT PERMANENTLY AFFECT THE VOICE
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YES!! It worked wonders... I have less cracks...
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To all singers who have undergone tonsillectomy: Please tell me the affects on your voices several weeks after the surgery.
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Yes I want to know the same thing! I plan on singing to be my profession. I had a tonsillectomy just over two months ago and it has affected my singing voice. I can still sing but I lost some of my high range, and when I get real warmed up I can hit all the notes but my voice goes out before one song is done... I'm wondering if I just need to keep practicing and restrenghten my voice... I just feel like at this point I'm not gonna get it back. I know these posts are old, so if u guys get this could u let me know how your voices are doing?
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ryan, i noticed the exact same thing with my voice. i had a pristine sound to my voice, but post surgery i lost it. believe it or not, i began praying to God, the one who gave me these beautiful high-runs and mariah carey range in the first place, and, of course He restored it! Sounds kooky, I know, but hey, I can sing again!
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i also had tonsillectomy about a month ago. the wound has already healed, however my voice had changed. :( i just wanna have my normal voice back, i feel awkward everytime people stare at me whenever they hear me speak :/

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