Dysphonia (voice disorders): Symptoms
In a dysphonia symptoms are audibly, are a rule Voice changes the only symptoms. The voice may sound rough, weak, hoarse or squeaky, right down to a complete loss of voice (aphonia) - what matters is the change to the previous voice. The Diplophonie (two vocal sounds at the same time) is a common sign in polyps of the vocal cords. Depending on the cause, additional symptoms such as shortness of breath or difficulty coughing occur next to a dysphonia in some physical disorders of the larynx.