Hoarseness / Loss of Voice; Laryngitis
Excessive speaking (or shouting), smoking or an invasion by disease-causing micro-organisms may cause a swelling of the larynx, termed laryngitis. Symptoms of laryngitis include hoarseness or loss of voice, pain in the throat especially while speaking or swallowing and sometimes fever.
Check if most symptoms of any of these medicines closely match with most of your symptoms:
Aconite 30 : Sudden, acute attack of laryngitis following exposure to cold air, causing loss of voice, fever and dry, hard suffocating cough; great restlessness, anxiety and fear (of death); unquenchable thirst for large quantities of cold water; desire to be in open air:
Belladonna 30 : Sudden, violent attack of laryngitis due to exposure to cold;.a painful, constricted sensation in the throat, as if from a foreign body; voice husky and hoarse with barking cough that ends in sneezing; aversion to all drinks.
Drosera 30 : Laryngitis from overuse of voice; deep hoarse voice with a sensation of feather in the larynx; attacks of cough follow each other so rapidly that the person can scarcely breathe; hoarseness and cough are worse from hot water gargles.
Hepar sulph 30 : Loss/hoarseness of voice from exposure to dry, cold wind (like Aconite); chronic laryngitis; sensation of a splinter in the throat; deep, barking, choking cough which is excited from least uncovering of the body; hoarseness is worse from cold air/drinks but improves from hot-water gargling.
Phosphorus 30 : Laryngitis from overuse of voice causing hoarseness of voice, dry cough and burning pain in the throat when talking or laughing; hoarseness and pain diminish by consuming cold water or food.
Spongia 30 : A feeling of dryness, burning and constriction (as if from a plug) in the larynx; hoarseness of voice that improves from warm foods/drinks or hot water gargling.
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