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... at, I said this is it, I'm quitting! I already have HIGH antibodies, and I don't need to make it worse. I don't miss it a bit, I really don't. And I used to LOVE smoking too! ... (8 replies)
Patch questions
Nov 24, 2004
... I'm just wondering, because I've never heard of the patch causing sore muscles and aching like that. A rash, yes, but it would most likely be around and underneath where the patch was applied. ... (3 replies)
... quit smoking NOW while you are still in the easier phase of life!! ... (10 replies)

One month today!
Nov 14, 2003
... But now I can wear it, with pride! The first 2 weeks I quit, I wore the patch. Well, it was summer and hot, so I was always in sleeveless clothes. I wore the patch on my upper arm. People were commenting and asking me about it, oh, and giving me praise for doing it. It felt good. ... (19 replies)
... My first attempt to quit, I was only 18, had been smoking for only a year....went in hospital to have a baby, and just quit, cold prob!! ... (17 replies)
... Jane... I jusr reread your posts. Four months is a long time to continue having those symptoms, so I'm sure the nicotene has left your body, by now. Tingling in the hands (and anywhere) along with shortness of breath, depression and anxiety, all can be symptoms of hypothyroid. The tingling is a very common symptom. If it's not that, possibly it is just your body trying to... (24 replies)
... I would stay away from my smoking friends for a while. ... (11 replies)
... I was SO tired that morning after 5 nights of staying up real late in the casinos, plus my hypothyroid was acting up, and it definitely affects my memory. Well, I got up and showered, got ready, took all my meds, make up, etc. ... (13 replies)
... One thing that helped me sleep, was to remove my patch a couple of hours before I go off to bed, that way my levels of nicotene start dropping down. ... (26 replies)
... I was hoping you would see this. I was actually looking around on the thyroid post and saw a post by "hopetofeelwell1" and found it interesting that she quit smoking and then had thyroid problems. I have nodules in my thyroid, but because they are not cancerous, my doctor just dismisses them. ... (22 replies)
... Hi....(sorry, forgot your board name) Yes, I believe you about the lozenges and the digestive problems!! I know...I've been meaning to post a warning on this board, and I'm still planning to do that, soon. I was on the nicotine gum...for way too long too. That stuff is SOOOO darn addictive... :nono: So BE CAREFUL out there folks!!! I have hypothyroid, and developed GERD... (8 replies)
... Hey Deda yes I'm still liking my job still doing good during the day not smoking much. Night is a little different as the weekends. I live in central Iowa 50mi east of Des Moines. Today is a beautiful fall day. ... (37 replies)
... if you must work with a bunch of smokers, then maybe using something like the patch would be a good idea for you. And a support group...or just come to this board every day for support. ... (37 replies)

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