Laryngitis can progress beyond hoarseness to result in a loss of voice or difficulty speaking loudly or without pain. A viral infection is the most common cause of this condition and symptom, and like hoarseness, the best remedy is keeping quite. However, infections may require medical examination and medication, as well.
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