Does the voice recover completely after antibiotic treatment?
I finished my 3rd round of Tobi 11 days ago (three 28 day treatments over a 2 year period) because of recurring Pseudomonas A. When I lost my voice this time I did not panic because it happened during the previous treatments. This time the treatment was much more difficult with lots of strained coughing. I even went to the ER during week 3 because during the PM treatment I could not breath (twice) for maybe 8-10 seconds–scary. ER did not determine anything definitive. I sent a portal message to my pulmonary the next day and he said it sounded like a bronchospasm. That made sense. My voice still has not returned to normal. Is it possible that the throat can get so strained/irritated that it is a permanent situation or just take much longer. I had been nebbing 7% Sodium Chloride before the Tobi but now it is impossible to tolerate. I do well with the 3%. Any experienced thoughts are appreciated. Good news. No pathogen in sputum tested at the end of treatment.