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I tried to quit so many times. Then I got squamous cell carcinoma on my pipeline. I thought it was a little blemish-no big deal. It took a couple of months before it was on my radar, and it was during the pandemic shutdown. It's been over a year now since I had the surgery of removing 1/4 my bottom lip, doing various topical therapies to stave off any recurrences. I'm not out of the woods yet.
I’ve smoked for 26 years but realised that it’s never too late to quit. I can’t wait to start my quit journey on NRT.
I want to quit,but cant resist,how can i get mentally in the right place to do this?
It has been two years since i have quit smoking. First the good news. I no longer have to see an oncologist for all the nodules in my lungs as after 2 years my body has been able to remove all visible nodules. Secondly it has been 2 years and there is no longer any cancer of my bladder after surgery and chemo. I had smoked for 38 years when i was diagnosed with all these healt...
Only recently had my first heart attack, 48 years old and a smoker for over 30 years, waited in hospital for the angiogram results only to find out that they could not stent it and needed a double bypass open heart surgery, this absolutely put the fear of god into me, at my age, no family history of heart attacks and several Drs have suggest to give up smoking over the years, i'm not ove...
Oops it's 18 weeks not 16
Happy Sunday everyone. It's been so awesome to have this site to come to. To be able read and comment on other people's quit journey and to share on mine and read the comments people leave me. It sure feels like a quit family that supports each other so awesomely and I am grateful to be a part of it. Have an amazing smokefree day and if you are still smoking stick with us because you will get the...
Hi all. First dose of Zyban today and it seems to be working already. Love to hear about anyone’s else experience with this method. TIA
Yay. 1000 days smoke free. Couldn't wait for this milestone. For some reason it feels special. Thank you to all of you that helped me on my journey, and to all of you just starting out, hang in there. You can do it 🥰
3 months (92 days). Not a single cigarette. Still having the occasional craving for a smoke. Easy to resist though but still, having those cravings. Any suggestions?
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