#1
About 6 months ago, I came down with a nasty cold and could barely talk for days. When the cold was over, I lost a substantial amount of my vocal range. I can whisper the notes, but if I actually try to sing them, my voice comes to a total halt, not even a squeak. I dunno if the cold was the cause, but the timing of it sure seemed like it.

Now, I thought this would heal within a few weeks and I'd be able to sing again. It's been 6 half a year, and my voice has yet to return. I've been reduced to a puny 2 octave range and struggle to sing the simplest of music. In my head, I know the notes I can sing, and I could always sing them before, they just don't come out anymore.

TL;DR: I've seemingly "lost" most of my vocal range to a nasty cold I had 6 months ago. Are there any exercises I can do to get my voice back to its normal condition?
#2
Not sure about exercises, but try eating spoonfuls of honey. Seriously. Take a few, do exercises and rest.
#3
Skip the honey and go see a doctor. Sure, an illness will affect your voice, but for six months? No. There's something else going on.

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

Chris is the king of relating music things to other objects in real life.
#4
Quote by axemanchris
Skip the honey and go see a doctor. Sure, an illness will affect your voice, but for six months? No. There's something else going on.

CT

Alright thanks, I actually have a scheduled appointment next week, I will report back if I remember to do so.