Our expert says:
There may be many reasons for this, and you would require an ENT examination to find the possible cause. This may vary from incorrect vocal use, to other problems like gastric reflux disease (GERD) and an uncontrolled post nasal drip. Your vocal cords have to be visualised to give you an answer, as the causes may vary.
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