When the voice box or the vocal cord in the throat becomes swollen due to an infection, resulting in strain while talking or blockage of voice, this condition is referred as Laryngitis.

What causes it?
Bacterial or viral infections.
Straining vocal cords by talking in volumes more than normal like yelling.
Frequent Sinusitis.
Active and Passive smoking.

Weakened voice or loss of voice.
Irritation in the throat.
Dry Cough.

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