Hemorrhage (Vocal Fold Bleed)
Hemorrhage (vocal fold bleed) is a true vocal emergency where a forceful vocal event like yelling, a hard cough, a very strong sneeze or even external injury to the neck causes the vocal cords to fill with blood. Treatment is complete voice rest and medication. If you experience a sudden voice change after a forceful vocal event, stop talking and see one of our physicians immediately.
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Michael Johns, MD
Otolaryngology, Laryngology, Gender-Affirming Care, Voice and Swallowing Disorders
Karla O’dell, MD
Otolaryngology, Laryngology, Gender-Affirming Care, Airway Intervention and Reconstruction, Voice and…