StageDust

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  1. Okay maybe not for "no reason". Basically I have a very weird problem. I've been singing professionally for over 15 years. Here's my prob... Ihave a tiny kiss nodule which I'm trying to eliminate by drinking lots of water and warm ups BUT that's not the real problem. The real problem is my vocal chords sometimes have a spasmic thing! The doctor's couldn't understand why. For instance we're having a conversation. I'm explaining something to you, i'm talking in a normal pace and suddenly, in the middle of my sentence or word, my voice just cuts out and I feel like a very strong vocal spasm kinda feeling. It's like someone just strangled my vocal chords while I was trying to talk. I swallow and take a sip of water, wait a bit (maybe like 30 secs) and then my vocal chords are back to it's original form. It happens while I'm talking or singing and the highness or lowness of the notes don't matter. It happens every day but not a lot. Maybe twice a day and I can't understand why Maybe the nodule is the problem? Can you please help me? I can't find anything about it online, i try to find vocal spasms and it shows stuff unrelated. Anyone had that experience? I'm strongly sure it' some kind of a spasm but can't understand why it's happening...