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Effects-drugs-on-voice

Effects that Prescriptions Drugs have on the Voice
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Effect on Voice
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Narcotics may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to narcotic use.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Adderall may have a drying effect on vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
Inhaled bronchodilators sometimes dry or irritate tissues in the mouth and throat and may lead to hoareseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngititis. Dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules, as well.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
Antihistamines have a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Less than 1% of patients who take benzodiazepines experience slurred speech and symptoms of dysarthria (slow, uncoordinated speech).
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of sedatives may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to sedative use.
Tricyclic antidepressants may affect coordination, including the speech production system. Slow or slurred speech may be observed. They also have a drying effect on vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Infrequent voice and speech effects may include include tongue edema, pharyngitis and Those who use their voices rigorously should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Inhaled antiasthmatic medications sometimes dry or irritate tissues in the mouth and throat and may lead to hoareseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngititis. Dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules, as well.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Although excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage, this effect has NOT been
associated with Avapro.
Two effects exist: 1) the antihistamine component has a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules; 2) however, this medication may benefit the voice if it is taken to reduce gastro-esophageal reflux. Uncontrolled spillage of stomach acids into the larynx is harmful to delicate vocal fold tissues.
Patients using inhaled steroids sometimes experience significant voice changes (including complete loss of voice). The onset of symptoms and severity of symptoms is highly variable among patients. Studies show that discontinuation of inhaled steroids restores the voice in dysphonic patients, but symptoms may not resolve immediately.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of sedatives may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to sedative use.
mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Increased cough and gastroesophageal reflux have been reported, both of which can adversely affect the voice. Rarely, asthma, laryngitis, bronchospasm or sputum increase may occur.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Two effects exist: 1) the antihistamine component has a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules; 2) however, this medication may benefit the voice if it is taken to reduce gastro-esophageal reflux. Uncontrolled spillage of stomach acids into the larynx is harmful to delicate vocal fold tissues.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Antihistamines have a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
hormone - estrogen/ No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Anticonvulsants may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to their use.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Inhaled bronchodilators sometimes dry or irritate tissues in the mouth and throat and may lead to hoareseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngititis. Dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules, as well.
Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
An infrequently-reported adverse reaction is coughing, which in turn, may cause hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
The use of sedatives may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to sedative use. This medication may also have a drying effect on vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
Deltasone's effect is advantageous when used to shrink swollen vocal tissues, although patients taking Deltasone should be carefully monitored by a physician. It is not advised for patients with vocal fold ulcers, hemorrhages, or acute laryngitis.
Anticonvulsants may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to their use.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
Less than 1% of patients who take benzodiazepines experience slurred speech and symptoms of dysarthria (slow, uncoordinated speech).
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Slurred speech and other speech coordination tasks are possible adverse reactions to Dilantin use.
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
Effexor may have a drying effect on the body, including vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Narcotics may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to narcotic use.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
hormone - estrogen/ No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Rarely, use of Flomax may cause pharyngitis or increased cough. Excessive coughing may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Throat irritation and dryness, cough, hoarseness and voice changes are all possible No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Guaifenesin may have a beneficial effect on vocal tissues, as it helps keep vocal folds well-hydrated when used with plenty of water intake.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
Narcotics may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to narcotic use.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Two adverse reactions are possible: 1) excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage; and 2) the diuretic component may have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Voice-related effects may occur, including vocal tissue dryness (which, in addition to irritation effects, may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules). Bronchitis, bronchospasm and pharyngitis are other possible effects.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
Less than 1% of patients who take benzodiazepines experience slurred speech and symptoms of dysarthria (slow, uncoordinated speech).
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with its use. It should be noted, however, that abuse of this agent can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Methyl prednisolone's effects are beneficial when used to shrink swollen vocal tissues, although patients taking it should be carefully monitored by a physician. It is not advised for patients with vocal fold ulcers, hemorrhages, or acute laryngitis.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
Throat irritation and dryness, cough, hoarseness and voice changes are all possible adverse reactions. Rarely, oral or nasal candidiasis may occur.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Neurotonin may have a drying effect on the body, including vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Paxil may have a drying effect on the body, including vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Pepcid has a favorable effect on the voice in that it reduces esophageal reflux. Uncontrolled spillage of stomach acids into the larynx is harmful to delicate vocal fold tissues.
Antihistamines have a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
platelet aggregation Those who use their voices rigorously should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage. Bronchitis and coughing may occur; excess coughing may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Prednisone's effect is beneficial when used to shrink swollen vocal tissues, although patients taking it must be carefully monitored by a physician. It is not advised for patients with vocal fold ulcers, hemorrhages, or acute laryngitis.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
These agents have a favorable effect on the voice in that they reduce esophageal reflux. Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Antihistamines have a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
Narcotics may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Prozac may have a drying effect on the body, including vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
Two effects exist: 1) the antihistamine component has a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules; 2) however, this medication may benefit the voice if it is taken to reduce gastro-esophageal reflux. Uncontrolled spillage of stomach acids into the larynx is harmful to delicate vocal fold tissues.
Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Throat irritation and dryness, cough, hoarseness and voice changes are all possible adverse reactions. Rarely, oral or nasal candidiasis may occur.
Risperdal may have adverse effects on speech, including difficulty in articulating words.
Narcotics may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to narcotic use.
Inhaled bronchodilators sometimes dry or irritate tissues in the mouth and throat and may lead to hoareseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngititis. Dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules, as well.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of sedatives may produce an uninhibited or diminished drive to speak. Symptoms of dysarthria (slow, slurred and uncoordinated speech movements) may also be linked to sedative use.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
The use of oral contraceptives has not been shown to significantly affect female voices.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Sore throat, cough, and rarely, perforation of the nasal septum, are possible adverse Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Infrequently, this agent may cause acid reflux or cough, both of which may lead to vocal Vocal performers, particularly, should be cautious about using medications that decrease platelet function during periods of strenous voicing demands, due to an increased possibility of vocal fold hemorrhage.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Less than 1% of patients who take benzodiazepines experience slurred speech and symptoms of dysarthria (slow, uncoordinated speech).
Two effects exist: 1) the antihistamine component has a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules. 2) however, this medication may benefit the voice if it is taken to reduce gastro-esophageal reflux. Uncontrolled spillage of stomach acids into the larynx is harmful to delicate vocal fold tissues.
Two adverse reactions are possible: 1) excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage; and 2) the diuretic component may have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
Excessive coughing has been associated with the use of ACE inhibitors, which in turn, may lead to hoarseness and possible vocal tissue damage.
Diuretics have a drying effect on mucous membranes, including those used for speaking and singing. Hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis are possible symptoms. In addition to irritation effects, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.
In general, no effects on voice or speech mechanisms are associated with antibiotic use. It should be noted, however, that antibioticabuse can lead to an overgrowth of candida in the body, possibly leading to laryngeal thrush.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Zoloft may have a drying effect on the body, including vocal fold tissues, which can lead to hoarseness, soreness, voice changes or laryngitis. Additionally, dry vocal tissues may be more prone to injuries such as nodules.
No effects on voice or speech mechanisms have been reported.
Infrequent effects may include coughing, pharyngitis, or (non-defined) voice alteration.
Antihistamines have a drying effect on mucous membranes that may cause hoarseness, sore throat, voice changes or laryngitis. In addition to irritation, dry vocal folds may be more prone to injuries, such as nodules.

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