It is not uncommon to have hemorrhagic polyp following phonotrauma. Patient present with change in voice lasting from days to months. Generally there is no other symptom. It happens due to vocal abuse a/k/a phonotrauma. It might be acute or chronic in nature. Phonotrauma leads to capillary leak(blood leak in polyp) increasing it in size. Size leads to phonotrauma making this vicious circle n aggravation of disease. In later stages microlaryngeal surgery is advised in which polyp is removed via intraoral route without any external incision. In early stages this can be corrected by conservative management & speech therapy hence it is advised to seek ENT Specialist opinion earliest in case of voice change.No shouting & avoid unnecessary whispering are the key for healthy vocal cords.