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Hello everybody,

Today is 1 calender month, When I quit I never dreamed I would get this far I have to say I have had some really nasty days but they seem to be getting fewer as time goes by, I had a great start today my husband remembered how long I had quit and woke me with a coffee and little present to congratulate me, A lovely pair of ear rings bless him, I think I might have cracked this smoke free thing:D:D

Von XXX

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  • Hi Von :D

    WOW 1 whole month smoke free is great well done

    I'm glad the bad days are fewer and they will get even less as you go on

    What a lovely hubby you have, little things like that make a huge difference

    Love

    Marg xxxxxxx

  • Getting close to your month!!

    Hey congrats on the quit thing. It is fab that you feel you are beating this. I am on day 17 of my quit and feel proud that I have got this far. But like you it has been bad along the way. I have had sore gums, tongue, and sensistive teeth. My gums are still bleeding and at first this really worried me. I have been to doc for chest xray, sputum test and complete blood count. All came back normal. I guess my gums are just 'thanking' me for giving up the smokes. It's taken me a while to stop worrying about my gums as I was convinced I had cancer!!!!! I guess that is part of the anxiety levels soaring thro the roof. I look forward to calmer days ahead, with clean hair, skin, nails and fresh breath. Keep up the good work and do NOT give in to that filthy little 'two-faced' friend. He is only out to kill us all. You have done 4 weeks roll on the next four!!:cool:

    Brit

  • Hi Brit :)

    Welcome to the forum and well done on the decision to quit possibly one of the most important you will ever make and you will be losing nothing but you will regain control of your life and that has to be good

    You will find all the help and support you need on here as we all help each other just like a family we are here for you every step of the way cheering the good days and sympathiseing with the bad but the good far outweigh the bad

    Read the posts on here you will find a lot of tips and advice and in the signatures of a lot you will find links to other sites just click on them Here are 2 I find very good to start you off whyquit.com and woofmang.com Read, read and then read some more as the more you read and learn about why you smoked and about your addiction the easier your quit will be

    Well done on your 17 days quit you're doing fine keep it up

    You'll find all sorts of weird things happening as your body heals itself from the abuse you've given it but never fear it will heal and your quit willl get easier

    You have every right to be proud of yourself

    Best Wishes

    Marg xxxxxxx

  • Thanks...

    Thanks Margareth

    I am glad to have found this forum as just reading that others are going thro the same is comforting. I decided a few weeks back that I was gonna quit as I knew that I was killing myself slowly. I have to admit that the Whyquit.com website scared the pants off me. I had never really ever thought of younger folks my age dying with lung cancer etc. I had always thought that I was in my 30s and therefore had a while to go before lung cancer might kill me. When I read some of the personal stories on that site I stoppped immediately. And I really don't want to smoke anymore. In fact I know if I was to go out and have a 'sneaky' cig right now I would be devastated that I had lost this battle and given in. I am so totally NOT giving in to this. :p:p:p

    Brit

  • Thanks to you too Jim

    Oops sorry Jim I never saw your answer til I had already answered. But thanks so much for the posts will go read now. Yeah the gum thing had me so very very upset. I really thought it was throat cancer. As a result I have been very stressed etc. But I know it's my gums. How long will it last for?

    Brit:p:p:p

  • Hi, I had that also. My dentist recomended gingival. Its some natural gel that helps maintain and heal gums. Works a treat! Mine were a nightmare until a few weeks ago when I got this stuff. Dentist gave them a healthy pink bill of health last week!

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