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I am 59 days quit today. Every single blood test and scan is normal. I am grateful beyond belief and realise that smoking can cause many medical conditions to crop up not just cancer. I was lucky my “cure” was to quit. Keep going everyone. We all know in our heart of hearts it’s killing us. Be strong. We’re not losing anything and we are gaining everything 😁👍
I’be got over a month behind me and looking forward to staying smoke free. Anytime my mind wanders to considering having a smoke I think of a big red stop sign and it’s worked really well. I know it’s my mind that will take me back to smoking. My physical health has improved so much. Whiter teeth, more stamina at the gym, warm hands and feet are all big benefits so far. I’ve gained a bit of weigh...
Today is my quit day. I am 50 years old and waiting on test results to see if I have Lymphoma. I am so mad at myself that I took up smoking again at 45 after 5 years smoke free. Whatever my results I know without a doubt that no treatment will be successful if I’m still smoking. I am feeling ok today ... I have a patch on today but I think I’m ready with or without it.
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