My voice is strong, spasm-free and mostly doesn't squeek. I mostly don't struggle in loud environments anymore. Occasionally, someone will have trouble hearing me in a loud room, but then I realize that I can't hear them either. So it's not a case of a weak voice, but rather a normal voice in a place that's too loud.
I stopped taking the Prilosec a long time ago, and I haven't needed it.
There's not much more to say. For all intents and purposes, my voice is normal, and Spasmodic Dysphonia is happily becoming a distant memory.
Here's how I sound today:
Thanks again to Dr. Berke and his outstanding team at UCLA for pioneering and carrying out this incredible operation.