Hello. I have been having pain in my adams apple. I am a singer, and I have strained the muscles in my neck due to over use. It has been going on for a couple of months. Is pain in the adams apple common?
By Adam’s Apple, I am assuming you mean the larynx and are identifying it by the bump of cartilage that we can feel at the front of the throat.
No. Pain in the Adam’s Apple is not common. You should see a laryngologist to determine what muscle(s) have been strained. Once you know the condition of the vocal cords and other muscles you should work with a voice coach or speech therapist to retrain the mechanism to healthy, pain-free function. Don’t postpone! Look after this right away before it becomes chronic. Early on, the road to health is short but with time it can become very difficult.