you must be suffering from condition known as puberphonia. its a phonatory disorder where your vocal cords as well as voice producing mechanism fails to adopt to change is normal voice during puberty. you tend to still produce high frequency female type of voice of childhood.
this is a easily curable condition and first you consult nearby ENT specialist and then a speech therapist so that you can be trained to regain your normal voice
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