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Spasmodic Dysphonia: A Rare Voice Disorder
Spasmodic dysphonia is a voice disorder that happens when an individual's voice goes into periods of convulsion. The affected person's voice experiences breaks and hiatuses as a result of problems with the muscles in the larynx voice box. The condition keeps the vocal cords from proper vibration. A person affected by spasmodic dysphonia experiences weak voice and difficulty in speech. Living with this voice disorder affects the individual's quality of life, which is why getting timely support and treatment becomes essential.
If you or someone you love are suffering from this condition, you should make sure to get the condition diagnosed and treated. Getting support from people who relate can also be a huge relief at this point. ExtendaTouch has an online rare disease helpline where you can meet other individuals who have gone through similar situations or have cared for someone with the problem. They can share their experiences with you, provide you with emotional support, and share helpful information and resources with you. Request contact with our members now to get help.
Spasmodic Dysphonia Support
There are many different treatment options for Abductor SD. Your doctor can tell you which one is best for you after examining you and diagnosing the disease and its symptoms. Speech and voice therapy and surgical procedure are often used in combination to improve the symptoms. Selective laryngeal adductor denervation reinnervation is a new surgical intervention. It can considerably enhance your voice quality. In any case, be sure to ask your doctor about the side effects of the recommended treatment.
While you seek treatment for the condition, it is a good idea to get help from family members and support groups. It can significantly help you cope with the challenges. You can connect with people who have suffered from the condition at ExtendaTouch's spasmodic dysphonia support group. Our support group members are available to provide you with emotional support and share helpful resources, ideas, and information with you.