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... Yes, I am addicted to the nicotine replacement...not the gum but the lozenge. ... (3 replies)
... After reading the info I finally found, it convinced me that it was time. We have to do these things when the time is right for us individually. I just wanted to let you know that it's nothing like I imagined it to be. It's so much easier than it was to quit smoking. ... (20 replies)
... I thought I'd let you know that I went off the lozenges "cold turkey" yesterday. I finally found some info on nicotine and with my new cholesterol problem, it convinced me to get off of it. Just like smoking, I felt that I had completely run out of time to enjoy these things. ... (20 replies)

... You have it all right....Smoking sucks and it sucks to quit! You might want to ask your doctor about Zyban..its a wonder drug.. ... (15 replies)
... I tried to quit many times, all attempts futile. As you are finding out, quiting smoking is extremely difficult, and I've got to give you congratulations for making it at least 10 days! ... (3 replies)
... the lozenges can't be nearly as bad for you as smoking is. Yes, you probably can become addicted to them because they contain nicotine but I wouldn't worry about that right now. If they work for you and keep you from smoking then so be it. You can wean yourself off of them in time. ... (5 replies)
... There was someone on here yesterday or day before that was asking about the lozenges. They were getting addicted to them and were afraid to give them up after about month, I think. How long did you use them and did you have any trouble getting off of them? ... (26 replies)
... I remember reading of someone else that got addicted to to the lozenges. I think they were on them for a couple of years!! Or maybe that was the gum. Now that I think about it, that's what it was. ... (8 replies)
... Hurray for attempting to quit, I myself have been smoke free for only 2 days and counting... ... (4 replies)
On day 2
Mar 21, 2006
... Think of it this way for a minute....DO you want a cigarette to control your life? ... (2 replies)
... using a nicotine replacement and gradually breaking the addiction. ... (24 replies)




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