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2 Weeks After Quit Smoking
Is it normal to be extremely irritable two weeks after quitting smoking? I thought it would have passed by now
Mood changes: Yes irritability can persist. Try coping with meditation, exercise, speak to your doctor about medication options. ...Read more
Quitting smoking is the single most important decision smokers can make to improve their health. Preparing a quit-smoking plan and enlisting support from your doctor and your loved ones can greatly improve your chances of success. Your doctor can help you decide if over-the-counter or prescription medications can help. Pick a quit day a few weeks ahead and put it on your calendar. Plan how you're going deal with situations that make you want to smoke. Take advantage of support from family, friends, and co-workers, and consider joining a smoking cessation program so that you don't ...Read more
Why am I breathing worse 2 weeks after quitting smoking? Chronic sinusitis and GERD for awhile, but the globus sensation and dyspnea (both left sided) are worse since. Normal oxi/spiro/auscultation.
I have been smoking since past three years and recently I quit smoking from two months is there any problems with stopping smoking suddenly?
No: "cold turkey" is by far the best way to stop. But you will go through an intense craving that you will have to resist. ...Read more
I quit smoking for four days, then had one, and then had a couple puffs the next two days. I have a test Thursday, will I test negative for nicotine?
It depends on the: Test used, how much & how long you've smoked cigarettes, & how you metabolize nicotine. Some of breakdown products show up for well over a week after your last puff. Specific levels of these are usually obtained, I doubt that your levels will be below the cut-off points, given your history. Sorry. ...Read more
I quit smoking 4 days ago I also have beentakeing two azo pills a day is it safe to take a ni otine test yet?
I have quit smoking for two weeks now after smoking 2-3 packs per week for 10 yrs. No withdrawl signs. Is this normal?
You're normal: Withdrawal from nicotine in tobacco typically takes from 2 to 4 weeks or longer, but varies a lot from person to person. There are physical parts -- dependence to nicotine, but also psychological (i want it now, my brain says), and social too (l want to smoke with friends). It's totally ok you don't have withdrawal. Lucky you! Keep going! Stay tobacco free :-). ...Read more
Some damage done: Don't ever make it worse by more smoking. ...Read more
My girlfriend quit smoking for two weeks ago but she is experiencing tightness in her chest. Is this common?
Possibly: Nicotine withdrawal is very common in smokers who quit smoking "cold turkey". They experience all kind of unpleasant physical and emotional symptoms. Although, chest tightness is probably not the most common one, I guess, it is potential to have some unpleasant sensation in the chest, however, she will need to watch for other symptoms - cough, phlegm production, painful respiration, fever etc. ...Read more
I weight 267 pounds and I am 5'1, I have quit smoking marijuana for two months and one week. Would it be out of my system?
Yes: Yes cannibus will be out of your system in 2 weeks unless you smoked more than 2 or 3 cigarettes a day, then it could take about 3 weeks ...Read more
I quit smoking two months ago, now I feel more tired then usual. Is this normal? I have been exercising and watching intake also. Could this be a factor
Unlikely but: Nicotine acts as a stimulator type drug which you no longer are using. It may take more time to develop your routines as well as possibly better sleep habits which you did not mention. Also any degree of feeling depressed may present this way. See your doctor and discuss your concerns. ...Read more
I quit smoking before 18 monthes when I had two coronary stents. Since 2 monthes I c/o hard strong cough espc at night. With mucus?
I've recently quit smoking two months ago. I have shortness of breath daily. I am 31 years old and smoked fifteen years. Will the feeling go away?
Seek another cause: At your age and having stopped smoking (congratulations), you should not be short of breath and your having smoked is not the cause. You need to get a good physical exam focused on your heart as well as your lungs. ...Read more
What do you recommend if I had a nasty smoker's cough going on. If I quit smoking for a month or two, will my lung function improve?
I've been taking Effexor (venlafaxine) for almost two years I suddenly stop to use wellbutrin to quit smoking as well I'm very emotional and just not feeling mysel?
Stopping smoking: Even with the help of Wellbutrin, stopping smoking can be difficult in terms of feeling emotional and irritable. Put that together with a sudden discontinuation of Effexor (venlafaxine) and you have double the emotional stress. Antidepressants, especially Effexor (venlafaxine), should not be stopped suddenly. Speak with your doctor about weaning off while starting Wellbutrin. ...Read more
I quit smoking marijuana two weeks ago and I have been drinking massive amounts of water to flush my system will I be clean for a drug test?
I have been smoking from last two years and now I really want to quit it because now there are tiny grey patches that have appeared on my lower lip. And I am seriously concerned about it. I am having hard time to quit smoking all of a sudden so now I a
Everyone is: Different but setting target date to stop and then stopping completely on that day can be effective. Learning some self-hypnosis can support this plan of action. Chewing gum or eating mints is useful, especially at high risk times like coffee breaks. Peace and good health. See doc to examine your lips. ...Read more
Is it safe to take setraline (zoloft) and buproprion (wellbutrin) together? I have been on Zoloft (50mg) but also would like to quit smoking and heard that wellbutrin is an excellent quit-smoking aid. Is this true and are the two safe together?
I: I am not aware of any specific warnings concerning this combination. In theory, zoloft, which is a moderate inhibitor of the main elimination pathway for wellbutrin (bupropion) (2b6), could increase wellbutrin (bupropion) concentration in the blood. This may lower a seizure threshold and increase your seizure risk. The final decision requires consideration of a variety of factors such as your age, sex, presence or absence of liver or heart disease, other health factors and is for your physician to make. ...Read more
I quit smoking about five months ago. I have a hair test for a great job at the end of my probationary period, which is in two months. Will I pass?
It depends: On how ling your hair is hair grows at 1/4 inch per month so 6 - 8 mo is 1 1/2 - 2 inches before anything should show ...Read more
I used to smoke! But I've quit smoking now! I smoked for four months! Its been about two months now since I quit smoking! But I have throat irritation?
I'm a 38yr old female I quit smoking two years ago and I have upper back pain on the left. I don't have any other symptoms of lung cancer. ..Is it possible?
Chest pain: I would never say that the possibility of cancer in a smoker should be dismissed. If the pain doesn't resolve then see your dr. I'm not sure what your smoking history was. If the pain continues you should get it evaluated. If you're coughing up any blood then see a physician soon. ...Read more
Not now but...: It deoends on your smoking exposure. Don't touch the evil weed again ever. See a pulmonologist. Stay off of it. It is poison! ...Read more
28 yo. Quit smoking two weeks ago. Tight chest. Pft nov Fvc 79 fev1 98% pft feb Fvc 110 fev1 115. Fev1/Fvc 83%. Both have low pef. Copd? Asthma?
Hard to tell,: With those findings, further testing is needed. Unlikely to be COPD, given your age, please keep the follow up with your doctor / pulmonologist for continuity of care and better management, take medicines as prescribed, good luck ...Read more
Left ear pops, dizzy/legs feel like jelly, quit smoking 3 weeks ago, symptoms started two weeks before quitting, ear pops less, still dizziness?
Hypnosis: Hypnosis can be an extremely useful adjunct to anything else that you might try. The "mad russian" in brookline, massachusetts, used to perform miracles on people who had been smoking for years. A number of my patients who were not able to use talking therapy to cure their addiction found that hypnotherapy with him was extraordinarily effective. Good luck. ...Read more
The most important thing is a strong desire to quit. There are many strategies to help, from nicotine patches/gum & various pharmaceutical meds to acupuncture & hypnosis. Exercise & relaxation helps. For more details on ways to quit see http://altmedicine. About. Com/od/therapiesfromrtoz/a/quit_smoking. Htm & www. Shareguide. Com/smoking. Html
also see my comments. Good luck! ...Read more
You can quit smoking: First is you can quit smoking. The time-honored way is to set a day and make a contract with yourself and quit. Make it through the first day these are the most likely to quit it's the old thought of one day at a time. There are stepwise approaches including electronic cigarettes patches ; gum and a new drug called Chantix which works in some people. ...Read more
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