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1st day of taking chamix

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by clairemac9, Jan 24, 2008.


  1. clairemac9

    clairemac9 PetForums Member

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    hi i replyed to the post yeserday do you still smoke post and i mentioned i was starting champix today, had a cig with my cuppa this morn then took my champix tablet by 7 o clock i felt uttermost nausea lay on couch i was that frightend i was going to vomit i coulnd move of the couch the feeling soon wore off but hey iv had but 1 cigerette allday (frightend id be sick if i did lol) i spoke to smoking sessation nurse and were def not gonna increase dose she thinks i wont ttolerate it but hey well proud id of had another 18 of those horrible things normally
     
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    Vixie PetForums VIP

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    good for you only 1 today thats great..............its a shame you feel so ill though...........what are the tablets supposed to do for you?
     
  3. BredaKim

    BredaKim PetForums Member

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    Wooooo! Well done claire...that's the hardest one over with...now onto day two eh? :D
     
  4. well done!............................
     
  5. Siamese Kelly

    Siamese Kelly PetForums VIP

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    Well done Claire,stay strong-i'm sure you will with whatever those tabs are:)
     
  6. Eolabeo

    Eolabeo Guest

    I might mention these tabs to my doctor, I so need to quit aswell :(
    Good luck clair x
     
  7. claire

    claire Guest

    well done ive been stopped all together5 months but over the last 2 years ive only been a social smoker but i can promise it gets easier, stick with it
     
  8. Eolabeo

    Eolabeo Guest

    I used the nicorette patches but they was'nt as good as i thought they would be, The min i got stressed i had a cig :(

    They also gave me some side effects like adnormal dreams, And i must say, The dreams was more like nightmares and they was not like any sort of dreams iv'e had, They was so real like, I lost so much sleep coz of them :eek:

    I also had stomach pains aswell and headaches so i just came of them in the end, But now you have mentioned these tabs i am going to ask my doc about them :D with abit of luck they will work x
     
  9. claire

    claire Guest

    when i did smoke alot i tired patches but had really bad dreams it was a pain in the end i stopped cos i had one and didnt enjoy it so i stopped
     
  10. clairemac9

    clairemac9 PetForums Member

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    the tablets do something in the brain to make you think your not addicted youtake them in small doses at first then increase i cant im sticking to the low dose as the nausea was imense touch wood today i didnt feel half as bad you still smoke in the first week but by the second week you have so much of this drug you just dont feel adicted i think its worked fast for me considering i can smoke 20 or more a day and ive had 3 in two days i think dont quote me its domperadone or something eolabea check it out on the net its called champix
     
  11. clairemac9

    clairemac9 PetForums Member

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    PS thank you all for your support
     
  12. Eolabeo

    Eolabeo Guest

    Yep. I will, Tyvm clair x :D
     
  13. kaz

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    Well done Claire - stick with it:)
     
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