You may have a voice disorder if:
- Your voice is not adequate to function in activities of daily life (work, school, family, social).
- You may notice a change in how your voice sounds. It may sound raspy, strained, airy, breathy, tight, low, quiet, too loud, voice breaks, pitch breaks.
- You may have difficulty projecting your voice or sustaining your voice throughout the day. You may notice pain/soreness or fatigue while using your voice.