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    G’day NOPE starts this day C
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    Ugh, that must be so scary. Sorry you are going through this. Thanks for taking the time to write this down.. these are the messages that keep reminding me to do everything in my power to protect my quit. Whishing you well, hope there's treatment for this ugly part of your autoimmune disease. Take care!
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    Abby, so sorry that you're having to deal with this. Being this is caused from an autoimmune disease, are they able to stop any of this? Thanks for the wise words and the great reminder.
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    I mirror all the above .... Hopefully with time ..the longer you stay quit ..the damage can be repaired ....take care Abby...
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    NOPE - I don't smoke anymore.
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    I'm not smoking for today
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    G’day NOPE starts this day C
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    I’ve found hot fudge shakes will take care of those craves as well Desperate!
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    The key take away from that situation you faced yesterday is that now ...... you know you CAN get through anything your addiction throws at you. That's a huge building block in your quit foundation. Glad it's calmer today for you
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    I too am glad you are going to see a pulmonologist, hopefully the doctor will be able to help you and find some answers. I too have felt how bad my lungs have been damaged and it can be a roller coaster of a ride but my doctor has been helping me. Good luck and keep us posted!!!!!
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    Yes I am. A new toy...playing with quotes lol Thanks Doreen. Feel great for now. Did my nope and pushing through day 5. Not a bad day so far.
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    Nope. Smoking is not option.
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    Well I've laughed ....but I havnt got the foggiest idea..what ya,all on about ...but it sounded fun !!!!
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    Yeah well I though thought that women in Australia were meant to "blow" not "glow".....
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    Lmao, all this time I thought the lyric was and gave me a bit of my sandwich
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    Smoking most definitely affects hormone balance. It takes time for your endocrine system to recover after you quit. There is a lot of information out there on the web about it. (I did a quick google search upon reading your question!) If you are concerned, of course talk to your doctor. But I suspect what you are going through is quite normal. P.S. Hot flashes suck!
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    If you Google it Linda there are a number of reasons that may be causing them so never a bad idea to get a check up and a blood test
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    Oh !!! You two were lucky ...a walk in the park to me..jealous here !!!
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    Not breathing or struggling too is a horrible feeling. After smoking close to 40 years it’s a wonder I can breathe at all. Our bodies must be tougher than we give it credit for. I hope they get you taken care of sooner than later. I just didn’t think it made any sense that you could quit smoking and breathe worse than what did while smoking. I think that is one reason it’s been somewhat difficult for me of late. Best wishes Abby.
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    NIcely done @Boo! Anyone else hearing a wailing saxophone?
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    I was heading over to the "Post A Song" thread but was interrupted. Who can it be knocking at my door, I asked. Go away don't come around here no more, I said. It's late at night and I'm not feeling right. Seriously...Who can it be now? I'm really committing to this whole Men at Work trope.
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