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  1. You are excellent people, thank you very much for your words, I will be patient
  2. The full story is like this, I quit smoking in March for fear of covid, a week later I began to clear my throat, I never had a cough, I managed to go 2 months without smoking but the clearance did not go away, I decided to smoke again to see if It disappeared, I smoked 3 or 4 cigarettes a day for 3 days then I left it for a week, then I went back to smoking 1 or 2 a day, then I stopped, I have been like this for 2 months, I only smoked out of desperation to get rid of that tickle in my throat, I went from 40 cigarettes a day to 0 in 24 hours, I think it was a mistake, I have lived like this fo
  3. I went to the doctor he told me there was no serious problem, but my throat always feels strange, I suppose that I will have to wait for it to heal by itself
  4. Thanks You very much for Yours words i Will keep on the road of quitting,
  5. Hello everyone, let me tell you, since the second week I suffered from daily throat clearing for 3 weeks, and I still suffer from it, also from post nasal drip, everything appeared when I stopped smoking, someone who has gone through the same, how long suffered it? it's maddening

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