18 and high pitched voice

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Rahman_m
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I’m 18 turning 19 in under 6 months. I still have a high pitched voice and it looks like I don’t even have an Adam’s apple. I have gone through all the signs of puberty except a voice change. Does anyone know what the issue is?
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It can still break, I knew a guy who was 5'1" and he was 18, when he hit 20 he suddenly grew to 5'10" and his voice broke.
It could just be time, but if you're concerned you can consult your doctor.
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I'm 21, male and I sound like a lil kid. Sometimes when I talk to a stranger over the phone he says, "sister can I talk to..."
or "sister is - - - - at home" and that somebody whom the caller is... is me.

I've learnt to accept it because it showed me a lotta beautiful things.
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(Original post by Justaboutalive)
It can still break, I knew a guy who was 5'1" and he was 10, when he hit 20 he suddenly grew to 5'10" and his voice broke.
It could just be time, but if you're concerned you can consult your doctor.
still under 6 foot :rolleyes:
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(Original post by Rahman_m)
I’m 18 turning 19 in under 6 months. I still have a high pitched voice and it looks like I don’t even have an Adam’s apple. I have gone through all the signs of puberty except a voice change. Does anyone know what the issue is?
high pitched voices are great for singer....try and get into singing....but you still go through puberty till you're like 21, so just give it time.
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still under 6 foot :rolleyes:
Lol he might be 6 ft now who knows, haven't seen him in timee.
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Hey man we all hate our voice, I've got a deep voice and I wish mine was high pitched. Maybe we could do a freaky Friday swap kind of thing or we could both take comfort in know that at least we both express ourselves through or speech and knowing there isn't anything abnormal about having a really deep voice or high pitched voice.
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I'm 21, male and I sound like a lil kid. Sometimes when I talk to a stranger over the phone he says, "sister can I talk to..."
or "sister is - - - - at home" and that somebody whom the caller is... is me.

I've learnt to accept it because it showed me a lotta beautiful things.
Same it affects my self confidence, so I don’t really like to speak a lot
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i actually love my voice now
How’d you overcome it?
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Public feedback and assurance of my near and dear ones.
For Example,
I'm a Muslim and I lead prayers. I would be asked to lead because I had memorised Quran but later on people would want me to lead more and more... my family at home would always want me after they heard me once... Many Places the mosques invited me...
They all said I had a lovely voice and it has a melody....

I got to meet my childhood pals... The ones who're the closest to me... I was panicking to record a voice note but when I did they were like you're so sweeeeeeeeeeet.

i knew I should love my voice and I don't have any rights to talk ill about it after all these positive responses...
No way I’m Muslim too, I always get asked to lead but I don’t have the confidence for that specific reason even if it’s infront of family. And I hate to send voice notes too I will never send a video of me speaking 😂
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