msaw Posted June 15, 2011 Share Posted June 15, 2011 The other day I was singing Eric Bennet's Sometimes I Cry (which is complete sang in falsetto) in my car with my radio loud. I have a whistle register but its never available to me. Eventually Eric got to a really high part and I went a whole octave above him with an intensity I've NEVER sang before. To say the least, I shocked the hell outta myself. Later that day It felt like a ball was in my throat to the left side of my Adam's apple. The next morning, it was even worse. I couldn't eat, drink, swallow or sleep. It hurt so bad that I would cringe and cuss real loud when I had to do one Two days later I still feel the same pain in my throat and its the worse feeling ever. I went to the doctor and he tested for for Strep Throat... I was negative but he still treated me as having it since I had a fever, headache, tenderness on the outside of my neck and dizziness. My question to you all is what exercise can I do to release the pressure and pain off my vocal chord? Since its a muscle, I know that stretching it will make it feel better. Much like going to the gym and waking up sore the next morning.... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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