COVID-19 survivors losing voice after recovery? here's the exact truth

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: September 27, 2021 04:29 PM2021-09-27T16:29:55+5:302021-09-27T16:29:55+5:30


While Corona is concerned about various ailments, now another new crisis has emerged. Corona patients are plagued by the problem of their voice disappearing as they recover. Already a new problem has arisen in dealing with diseases such as anemia, mucosal mycosis.

Similar side effects have been reported in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal among patients for quite some time.

The doctor say there was no reason to worry. This change in sound is temporary. Patients should not be shocked.

Raja Dhar, director of pulmonology at CMRI Hospital, said there was nothing to worry about. For a while, the sound will go away and its far-reaching effects will not be felt. The sound will return in a few days.

According to experts, fibrosis in the lungs or a lack of sound for a few weeks can lead to voice problems. The direct cause is not corona infection. The patient may already be suffering from a throat infection that may have left his throat sore.

According to the Times of India, Sauren Panja, a researcher at the RN Tagore International Institute, said that in addition to the lower respiratory system, some patients with corona have also suffered from the upper respiratory system. Also, swelling due to throat infection.

Noise can go from the first to the third week to three months after the corona infection. But absolutely no one's voice will go away. However, people who experience this are more likely to go into depression.