It sounds kinda like whats happen to me right now!!
I quit smoking which I posted here for you,Id smoked and loved my cigs.In 1997 when I got sick and saw a Pull/Dr,I had and still do have severe COPD,He told me,I give you 3 yrs to live if you dont stop smoking!! I ask him,can I chew or dip stuff.Yea but its not good for you either.Well it was hard getting my nictoine fix with snuff but Im alive and still dripping.I smoked for 38 yrs. Hope this helps and finds you feeling some what better!View Thread
Im a Vet and use the Va in my Area for all my medical needs.I've had copd since 1997.Saw my lung Dr earlier this month,had a petscan and re seeing the Dr,he saw a mass on my left lung,had another CT 2 wks ago and yesterday,the Dr saw a larger mass now in my right lung. Anyone know what this could be. My copd is a very dry type,my lungs was burned up where I worked with chemicals.
For the lady here thats haven a hard time getting off cigs?
I had 3 yrs to live if Id didnt stopped smoking in 1997 when I saw a pull.dr and I have copd. I ask my pull Dr,can I dip or chew tobacco? Yea and Ive been dipping since 1997. Sorry way to get your nicotine but it works and Im alive.I smoked for 38 yrs.View Thread
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