I have had nasal voice for abut 3 months. My voice is understandable for a short period of time, then switches to nasal. Lately my hard contact lens has been slipping off my cornea and into the white part of my eye when I try to remove it. I make my own Moringa capsules and it is becoming more difficult to swallow them each day. The capsule just sits on the back of my tongue and mostly dissolves there no matter how much I drink. I have been to an MD who said I probably had a stoke and and prostodontist who looked and said he could see nothing wrong. I think I feel a harder muscle on the left side of my throat than on the right side. I have been considering an ENT appointment, but I am 63 years old and have no insurance and don't if I can wait until I'65 and have Medicare.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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