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Sudden voice loss

I have a friend (45 year old female) who suddenly lost her voice after 6 hours of teaching and using her voice. I've given her a few remedies but nothing has really seemed to help.
I've given her Arum Triphyllum 30C (slight improvement), Carbo veg 30 CH, Pulsatilla 30 CH (no change), Pulsatilla 200 CH (no change), Causticum 200 CH (no change).

I feel stuck and don't know what else to try. She had a recent ear infection in the right ear and sore throat worse on the right side. She also has asthma and believes her asthma medication (Symbicort) is causing her throat irritation and contributing to her hoarseness.

I'd appreciate some feedback. Thanks.
  lhesabi on 2010-11-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Suggestion 1: Arum-t 200 (would be a shame to miss the right remedy because of a potency issue)

Suggestion 2: Larynx, Voice, Lost, from prolonged talking - Phos (2 value single symptom)

Suggestion 3: Ailments from overexertion - need more symptoms to make correct choice based on totality but Rhus-tox is right up there. Would expect the < first talking > warming up < prolonged talking if Rhus is indicated.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Thank you for your reply.

I will give the Arum-t 200 a try. I am hoping for good results.

I was wondering if you could kindly look at another post I added today under my name 'lhesabi' about my own case of chronic psoriasis.

lhesabi last decade

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