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... The doctor said it is probably due to quitting smoking and that I will need to dramatically cut my calories in order to lose the weight. ... (2 replies)
... I haven't taken the Chantix for 4 weeks now. ... (8 replies)
... My hubby "freaked" on Chantix. He ended up stopping it after only a few weeks. He became extremely angry. And it started those first few days he started Chantix, not once he quit. ... (5 replies)

... I gained nothing on Chantix but since stopping it 5 weeks ago I have been really struggling not to gain weight. My calorie intake has not increased but my level of exercise has dramatically increased i. ... (26 replies)
... ttes releasing adrenaline into the blood stream every hour. 2 weeks ago I started cutting a third off each pill to start the process of withdrawing from Chantix. After the initial shock I don't feel any different. Next week I start on half pills so we will see. ... (37 replies)
... Chantix should be pretty much out of your system within a week of stopping it. That said, insomnia is common in many ex smokers in the early phases of a quit. My insomnia lasted a few months after going cold turkey. ... (2 replies)
... Hi,i am also a chantix user ,i smoked 45 years and just found out i have copd,i started chantix 1 month ago,the first 3 week ,i still smoked 1 or2 a day,then the smoke made me so sick to smell,i could not smoke a cig.i been without a cig.1 week today . ... (14 replies)
Chantix 2011 User
Aug 27, 2011
... I had awesome dreams the first four days but those have disappeared. I get a little nauseated after i take the pill if I haven't eaten enough. ... (14 replies)
... so i don't expect any major issues stopping chantix. ... (6 replies)
... g either and did not experience any shortness of breath before quitting. It all went away completely in a matter of month or so. Unfortunately, I resumed smoking after 18 months. Right now I'm on 11th day of my quit. I don't have any of that, but I'm using Chantix this time. ... (4 replies)
Jan 9, 2008
... Any better since stopping the med? ... (28 replies)
Jun 25, 2007
... My "worst" times are after dinner. So that will be the time that I will now walk the dog, to get some exercise for him and myself. Mornings are pretty good. ... (161 replies)
... for a few months now. I started at 150MB twice a day and then after about 6 weeks, my shrink put me up to 200MG twice a day. ... (10 replies)
... To the best of my knowledge, cold turkey withdrawal symptoms can last at least a month with cravings gradually reducing for up to a year. Surely coming off Chantix completely at a very early stage is asking for trouble. My advice is to reduce the dose if side effects are a problem. ... (17 replies)
... I have been on chantix for 34 days as of today. I was wandering if anyone out there that has stopped smoking has stopped using chantix before the 12 week program it recommends? ... (17 replies)
... Chantix works differently on each person. So far after reading everything on this board, no two people respond exactly the same way. I didn't have the dreams at all. ... (37 replies)
... hich is why you take it only at night. Oddly I don't worry about cravings too much as we are frequently told that a craving is subconsious or because of habit so after 3 months logic would suggest that coming off Chantix won't be like quitting smoking over again because we have already overcome the worst. ... (37 replies)
Through the haze
Jul 19, 2007
... This also made me keenly aware of what was smoking withdrawal and what was Chantix side effect. ... (8 replies)
... The honest answer Trish is NO. For me quitting has been more difficult since stopping the med. At the moment I am tellimg the world that if I don't feel happier at the 6 month mark I will resume smoking again. I am not sure if I mean it or not. ... (13 replies)
... uld like to say I quit on Feb. 16th with the help of Chantix. Never, never thought I would quit. Am 54 and have been smoking about 30 yrs. I tried every other quitting product on the market, but Chantix definately did it. A few questions....I am so happy to be a quitter, but has anyone else felt rather lousy after stopping. ... (5 replies)

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