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One week smoke free but not by choice
TSchleining posted:
Hello, I am a 49 year old female. One week ago I had a mild heart attack and ended up with a stent placement. Was home for 1 1/2 days and returned to the hospital with a 2nd heart attack and 2 more stents. I have smoked for over 30 years. How do I make it through the cravings. Doctor gave me prescription for Chantix but insurance won't cover it and its $180.00. Any advise would be helpful. I want to live!
Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hiya and welcome!

I'm so sorry about your heart attack! I hope you are feeling better about the smoking or lack there of! Please fight through the temptations and know that you are doing the best thing you can do for your health. I promise you it gets easier.

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