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    Born with crossed vocal chords???
    vjswick posted:
    My husband said his doctor told him he was born with crossed vocal chords. I have never heard of anything like this and thought it was normal for some guys to have different voices. Here's the issue...

    Even though I love my husband's voice, he doesn't like speaking or talking on the phone because he saod he sounds like a women. There have been instances where people over the phone will mistake him for a woman. He was to now sound like a man and the only place that says they could do something for crossed vocals is located in Canada.

    My question is, is there a surgery that could correct this issue? Is it even possible to have a surgery done so he won't be so self conscience about speaking to people???

    Thanks in advance!

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