I am a 62 year old man. I smoked until 1991. I now regularly get a weakness in my voice. It is painless and I would not describe it as a hoarseness. It just sounds like I am speaking much quieter than usual.
I have not brought this up with a physician. Due to insurance changes, I have just had to change physicians and, on my initial visit, when we did a history, there was so much to talk about, but tis has become smowthing of a niggling worry to me.
Thanks for any advice.:)
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