Was just googling and decided to stop by and post here before worrying.
The only perk I haven't experienced since quitting is better breathing. In fact, I seem to be MORE breathless. I suffered with very mild asthma when I was younger (used inhalers and a peak flow meter) but I sort of grew out of it and didn't really suffer when smoking (don't worry, I have no desire to go back there!). My chest doesn't usually feel tight but I usually have a little cough in the morning and I'm still getting breathless when doing something basic like walking upstairs.
Is there anyone who felt this way at around the two month mark? Should I expect that my body just needs more time to repair itself? Don't want to bother a nurse or gp when it could just simply be the effects of the previous damage caused.