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vocal cord thickness: causes and prescriptions

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 30, 2011 at 8:12 PM

Hi, I am attempting to permanently thicken my vocal cords. I would like to know dietary/supplemental ways to achieve this. Voice training, etc. doesn't seem to beget the permanent effects I am seeking. recombinant human growth hormone seems to be the oonly available route but I don't know how to obtain this drug. Please give whatever advice you can as I am an aspiring military officer and would like to have a voice capable of producing greater decibles/volubility(and depth of course...). Advice would be appreciated.

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This is the third one of these threads that you've created that I've seen. This is beginning to seem like trolling.

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on September 30, 2011
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A question like this, at least in my opinion, is far outside the bounds of the PaleoHacks forum.

I can understand your desire to progress in your career, and that it seems like a deeper/louder voice may be a means to that end, but it would be pretty irresponsible for someone here to recommend the use of hgh, steroids, etc. for the purposes of thickening your vocal cords.

If voice training and other non-pharmaceutical methods have not worked, you best bet is to find a physician who specializes in this area and to see what, if anything, could be done.

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