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Necronomicon
Jan 18, 2004



I smoked a pack a day for about five years, and two and a half months ago I started taking Chantix. I haven't smoked since September 16th, and besides a few rough spots here and there it's been pretty smooth sailing. It's also nice because you're getting rid of nicotine completely - there is no more addiction to feed.

Quitting is the best thing I ever did for myself. I don't smell like poo poo, I don't wake up feeling like poo poo, I can taste food, I can climb stairs without wanting to die. And get this! The circulation in your body will improve - this includes the circulation to your member. There's a noticeable difference, and your lady will be glad for it.

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Necronomicon
Jan 18, 2004



Toucan Sam posted:

I went with the wellbutrin xl just because i didn't want the chantix dreams. I know chantix is basically a guaranteed quit but the wellbutrin fits my needs better.

The dreams were not at all a bad thing for me. They were just more vivid than usual, but not scary or anything, just fun.

Necronomicon
Jan 18, 2004



Almost exactly a year ago I was on Chantix, managed to quit completely for six months, and then fell off the wagon in a pretty bad way, and now I'm back on Chantix again. This stuff really does work, but after a while it's still gonna be on you - it's not some magic bullet. Either way, this is coming up on day three of no cigarettes, and it's easier than I thought it would be. I expect the worst withdrawals to come here in a day or two, but I'm prepared for it. Realized the habit was costing me about $150 a month, and with a huge trip to India planned for the new year I really needed the extra money.

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