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How can puberphonia treated?

Q: I am a 25 years old man having voice problem for the last 10 years. I speak in two voices – low pitch and high pitch voice. The doctor told me that I am having puberphonia and suggested speech therapy for me. I have taken 4-5 sessions of it. The pathologist is able to produce my new deep voice but I am still unable to adapt it when I speak or start speaking. I forget how to speak with my low pitch voice and use my high pitch voice. Please suggest me any drugs or surgery to treat this.

A:You are suffering from puberphonia. Most of the times it is correctable by speech therapy. However, when not, surgery called Thyroplasty type 3 can be done with very good results. This surgery can be performed under local anaesthesia.

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