I am 24 years old and about a year ago I lost my peripheral vision in both eyes... it almost felt like tunnel vision. I am a smoker and was taking Chantix at the time. I went and had an MRI and it showed I had a stroke ... at 23 years old? now a year later I still have headaches occasionally but I was told to file suit against phyzer bc of the chantix. So I know how this feels and at my age there was no reason for me to have a stroke. The doctors all told me I was healthy and they could not see any reason other than the chantix that would cause a stroke . Needless to say I am back 100% but I lost work bc of it and now have medical bills bc I do not have insurance. I do think I deserve to be reimburst for pain and suffering loss of work and all my medical bills. This should never have happened to me at 23!!View Thread
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