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I don't think you need to worry much about the way your uvula hangs. After all, who said that your throat should be perfectly symmetrical? I'd say you have nothing to fear. Take care.

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Q: My throat always makes this weird sound when it is dead silent in the middle of a class. Anyone know why my throat croaks?
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