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So I decided on starting of Oct that I will quit smoking for good and I did. I’m happy that I was able to quit again. The reason why I’m here in this forum is to seek similar withdrawal experience if any or any advice on it.
Quitting smoking was not difficult for me as I have done it 3 times before but this time withdrawal seems to be taking longer to fade away. After 2 weeks of quitting I developed cough which affected me only on waking up lasted for 10 days but then I realized that I had a nagging throat pain with some sores at back of the throat. Went to two different ENT specialist one prescribed me antibiotics and other prescribed me PPI for acid reflux said there is no need to worry about it nothing serious in there.
I have this sores/ulcer/canker at back my throat and its not healing but not getting worse too. I want to know if anyone have ever experienced this withdrawals upon quitting if so then what should I need to know about it.
Also to people who want to quit smoking, this withdrawal does not necessarily affects everyone so do not worry about it or stress over it as quit smoking is the best option in the long run and I hope you will be able to do.
Thanks and good luck. :)
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