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... I'm not sure why you're asking this question. It sounds as if you're asking how to get nicotine out of your system for some kind of test. Like life insurance. ... (3 replies)
... If you are trying to quit smoking and want to get the nicotine out of your system quicker to minimize withdrawls my answer would be water. ... (3 replies)
... how to get a nicotine out of your system in under 4 hours (0 replies)

... t i was determined!!!!!! before i laid the cigarettes down for good....i had taken the wellbutrin for about 2 weeks...BUT it wasnt as simple as just not wanting to smoke. i was smoking less and less...forgetting to smoke, etc.....HOWEVER.... ... (3 replies)
... butrin tonight....that it will work for you that quick. most people are on it for a week or two before quitting smoking...because the wellbutrin has been in your system long enough to make you not really want to smoke. BUT...if you do take it tonight and do not want a smoke tomorrow....WAY TO GO!!!! ... (25 replies)
... I don't think that there is any way for you to get nicotine out of your system. Nicotine can be found in your blood and I believe the only way to get it out is to quit smoking. It can show up for a while I think. I guess you had your appointment today. ... (2 replies)
... to get out of your system. ... (2 replies)
... Every attempt to quit is different and just because a past attempt to quit that failed doesn't mean that it will be as hard THIS attempt to quit. I say NEVER give up. That's what I said to myself the last time I attempted to quit smoking back in 2005 after surgery. ... (5 replies)
... then the real stress relief of having a cigarette is gone. ... (3 replies)
... you have to really want to. ... (12 replies)
... I'm hoping some of you who have used the gum can help... ... (5 replies)
... I was sooooo tempted to go and buy a pack. But of course I debated myself to death and still sittin here. I'm not sure what it is honestly. ... (13 replies)
Smoking Cessation
Nov 11, 2012
... DAY 35 NO SMOKING HAVE SLIGHT STOMACH ACID REFLUX sometimes a headache. Have no intention of smoking ever again. IF you are trying to quit you are going have stop all tobacco use . It takes about 4 days to get the nicotine out of your system.. ... (4 replies)
... years. Some days it seems as though I've never smoked, other days it seems as though it was just yesterday. I quite by using the patch, back when the only way to get them was through prescription and insurances didn't cover them! My doctor insisted and I decided to go along with him to get him off my back. ... (7 replies)
Jan 9, 2008
... That is how I did it. Before I went to bed I had my last cigarette. 24 hrs later I ahve to admit it was rough. I did a Xanex at 8 and by 10 I still could not fall asleep. Then I had some warm milk and that must have done the trick. ... (28 replies)
... LOL I've never seen smokers get profiled and I don't know what a typical smoker looks like since I have seen people smoke that I didn't think would be smokers. ... (3 replies)
... Keep positive.I had been smoking more than half my life.I wish I had never started.I was 18,old enough to know better. ... (8 replies)
Jun 26, 2007
... Have enjoyed this thread, observing daddymatt evolve into a non smoker. How great is that. No matter what method one chooses it is great to be a non smoker. Almost 4 months for me. I cut back on my Chantix when insomnia and joint pain became a problem. ... (161 replies)
... still grouchy even with a mood stabilizer, have rashes, just got over bowel, yeast and bladder infections. Does it always get worse before it gets better? ... (14 replies)
... I was really pretty inspired by your struggle and the terrific way you expressed yourself, so thought I would check in with you to see how things are going. I gotta tell you I just think you are a success story just waiting to happen. ... (23 replies)

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