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Offline cproud

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Why has my voice lowered recently?
« on: 18/02/2009 19:49:15 »
I have noticed that my singing voice range has lowered about a perfect fourth over the last year. Could this be due to hypothyroidism? I have a number of other symptoms that fit, but my TSH is normal and T4 and T3 are in the lower quartile of normal.

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Re: Why has my voice lowered recently?
« Reply #1 on: 18/02/2009 20:05:23 »
How're your eyebrows ? ...

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The symptoms of adult hypothyroidism are dull facial expressions and a low-pitched and hoarse voice. Skin is often dry and scaly, cold, thickened and coarse. Hair may be scanty, coarse and brittle. Often eyebrows are greatly thinned or even partly missing.
http://cks.library.nhs.uk/hypothyroidism/leaflets_for_patients/thyroid_under_active
 

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