Voice issues

Hi my son who is 20 has had a problem with his voice for the last 3 years . It's not a stammer or a stutter , it's like his voice goes dry and the words don't come .( like someone has grabbed him by the throat and stopped the words coming) . He used to have bad tonsillitis so he got a tonsillectomy and adenoidectony and he also had a deviated Septrim corrected which we hoped would correct this but it has not .

I am a nurse so have managed to push for investigations he has been to speech therapy and had video voice investigations but it shows there is nothing with his voice box . He is very tall and this happened within about a year he seemed to go from 5"7 to 6 "1. At one point he struggled to sit on his knees as his muscles were so sore ( GP thought it was just his bone had grown faster than muscles) this appears to be alright now . He started working as a mechanic and he states he does have really bad reflux , he takes galviscon and I have raised his bed slightly , he also has bad breath . We have a history in the family of an essential tremour and I did wonder if instead if the tremour it could affect his voice , but guessing and now grasping at staws as this holds him back , he texts rather than speaks on mobile and does not go out much and he is a really nice handsome lad . I have tried accupuncture as well . I even contacted the mcquire programme regarding stammer school but he won't go . A new young GP that I work with suggested helicobacter . After all that history do you think there could be a connection .

Regards jill morrison

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by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen

Hi Jill,

I'd definitely at least look into it and get him tested for H pylori, for sure. I'd also test his vitamin d levels. Sore muscles, especially around the time of a growth spurt are very likely vitamin D deficiency. One or two vitamin d researchers are hypothesizing that 'growing pains' are nothing more than bone pain from vitamin D deficiency.

Start there. There are many other things that you can look into if those do not pan out, but these are the easist. Be sure to get him an H Pylori Stool Test and not a blood test since blood tests can miss the infection when it's chronic. The stool test is much more accurate in detecting active infection.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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