Our expert says:
With your history there may be an association on the basis of hypothyroidism and voice changes, but this may be purely incidental. You will need to see an ENT for a laryngoscopy, to evaluate the status of your larynx under direct vision. Your thyroid function must be checked, and if necessary, treated. I agree that chronic treatment with cortisone should be avoided if possible, but a full examination will guide your treatment plan.
Arrange to see an ENT, your GP can refer you.
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