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#1 mei

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Posted 17 August 2016 - 11:40 PM

started chantix 17 or 18 days ago. quit smoking 5 days ago.  severe cravings are few compared to ct. planning on the full 3 months treatment. curious as to going off chantix will cravings still be few? what can i expect? i have had no strange dreams or nausea. feel lucky for that.  


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#2 Nancy.

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Posted 18 August 2016 - 01:28 AM

Congratulations on your quit!!

 

I took Chantix as prescribed, cut down to one pill in the last two weeks...no problems.  I did experience an emotional roller coaster, but most quitters describe that around 3 months, not just those who used Chantix.


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#3 Kathleen0515

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Posted 18 August 2016 - 02:43 AM

I stopped Chantix midway through the third month, after having cut down to one pill a day two week prior.  I was quite apprehensive to stop altogether, but found that I had very little change in my cravings. The transition went very smoothly and I was relieved to finally do it all on my own. That was over four years ago, and I've never looked back, except in gratitude  :smile: .


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