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If you couldn't speak for two weeks would that frustrate you or benefit you?

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asked Aug 5, 2016 in Diet and Health by Gigi57 (1,846,730 points)

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Hmm now I'm curious -will let you know

answered Aug 5, 2016 by anonymous
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It would be annoying, but quite possible as normally my colds end with a cough, but this cough is now giving way to a sore throat indicating the start of oncoming lurgy. 

Never open doors if you don't dare to walk on through ...

answered Aug 5, 2016 by Tabbycat1 (1,105,180 points)
I've had that before it sucks
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Been there. Done that.

THREE weeks -  no voice, no talking.

I texted and emailed a lot, and yeah, Frustrating  as all hell. 

answered Aug 6, 2016 by hnygrl (389,600 points)
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Benefit.  I normally don't speak much anyways so it would just be normal.  

answered Aug 6, 2016 by BrooklynM194 (10,210 points)
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It would frustrate me and probably bring back my nightmares about not being able to speak once my voice returned. I was mute for 3 months four years ago and being stuck in my on head with no easy, convient way of communicating got old quickly.

answered Aug 6, 2016 by borninthemeadowcourt (579,980 points)
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I think I could manage it for two weeks. I can tell you though, watching the change in personality of my husband due to him having had a total laryngectomy is sad and frustrating. 

And for all the people here with sore throats and some loss of voice, that's how it started, and he wouldn't see a doctor.. not being alarmist but for the sake of a five minute appointment just go.

Never regret anything because at one time it was exactly what you wanted.

answered Aug 6, 2016 by Glasgowbelle (1,492,060 points)
I agree
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