Is it possible for my voice to not start cracking till im 25? I just turned 25 and my voice has started cracking, i know my voice got a bit deeper several years ago with puberty, but not much, and I never experienced the typical cracking effect, could my voice be changing at this age?
Voice change comes from the voicebox growing bigger at puberty. The growth happens gradually, but usually the brain tries for some time to keep the voice sounding the same, until it eventually gives up and lets it go to the new natural tone, which is why the voice suddenly deepens. However some people's brains do let the tone gradually change, so their voice gets deeper gradually and never cracks.It's possible that what has happened to you is that your brain let your voice gradually go a bit deeper to something that was possible with your bigger voicebox but still not the natural tone, but now it has decided to let it go to the natural tone. I think that when the 'letting go' takes place can depend on psychology. When I was 14 or so I was known for having a very squeaky voice until a teacher told me I was artificially keeping it high. I was not at all aware of doing any such thing and thought the teacher was quite wrong, and yet within a couple of days it suddenly dropped.However it's also very possible that the cracking is a temporary effect of stress or a throat infection. Less commonly it can be due to nodules on the vocal cords, which would need a doctor to diagnose.Further growth of the voicebox at 25 would be unusual, but not impossible. Edited to add: However I just noticed that you have been recently getting testosterone injections, which might cause more growth.