#1
A little over a week ago I was sick with the flu. I sing and I stopped once I was sick. I'm well now, and can sing, but I can't falsetto anymore. I was coughing a lot when I had the flu, and I wondering if I damaged my voice and won't be able to do it again, or if I'll eventually get it back. Please, help.
#2
It'll come back. The vocal chords are like a muscle, if you don't use them for awhile they get weak. The more you use them the better they will sound.
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#3
This seems obvious to me. You were sick with a cough, your voice will be sub-par for a while. It'll come back.
#5
could be puberty

jk, you're probably still recovering, even though you feel well, happens all the time
#7
This happened to me!
It comes back with time, don't worry.
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#9
yeah dude try not singing as much as you would on a regular day just tone it down a bit, let your voice get back up to full strength for like a week or 2.
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no, your just gonna die...

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You're going to die.

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A little over a week ago I was sick with the flu. I sing and I stopped once I was sick. I'm well now, and can sing, but I can't falsetto anymore. I was coughing a lot when I had the flu, and I wondering if I damaged my voice and won't be able to do it again, or if I'll eventually get it back. Please, help.

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#17
I feel your pain, man. I have a throat infection at the moment so I can't sing for shit right now.
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you probably still have mucus in your throat blocking it
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#20
Yeah , you'll get over it unless your at the age when your voice breaks.

Happened to me, i used to be able to get up to pretty high notes but i cant do falsetto at all now, luckily i prefer lower singing but still
#22
Drink a lot of ribena (I think hot works best).

After an hour and a pint of that or two you'l be right as rain.

I get this almost every morning. Just moisten those chords up.
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Quote by coryklok
A little over a week ago I was sick with the flu. I sing and I stopped once I was sick. I'm well now, and can sing, but I can't falsetto anymore. I was coughing a lot when I had the flu, and I wondering if I damaged my voice and won't be able to do it again, or if I'll eventually get it back. Please, help.


going through the same thing dude, build that falsetto back up by singing some Muse!
#26
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Ribena is a thick, syrup like squash.

Might be an english thing.
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