Hello Lynn, I hope you are well & in good spirits. I don't know when coughing up tar will happen but usually the body will cleanse it's self. That frog you are writing about sounds like a dry unproductive cough. To liquify the mucus you may want to put your head over a bowl of hot water for 5 minutes 3-4x's a day. that will help bring it up. speak with your Dr. about what to expect-orate.View Thread
Hell monkus, I hope you are well & in good spirits. Did you buy a pack of smokes? I am working the plan from this web site. I picked the quit day on Feb. 15, which is the 30 days directed. I have started working out more etc. I too have quit over & over. But I feel motivated due to the fact that I am so tired of thinking about quitting every day. So following this plan I hope to quit. I hope that this time my brain wins the fight over the cravings. That is my worst. they come from every where. I am getting ready..View Thread
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