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    mayjune10 posted:
    Has any one tried the smoking patch? Myh promblem is some of the ppatchs leave big red marks. Is there a patch out there that dont leave such a mark as another?
     
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    BPR58 responded:
    I tried them many years ago it was effective but make sure you never slip up and smoke while your wearing a patch as I got nicotine poisining and was trribly sick for 3 days
     
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    mayjune10 replied to BPR58's response:
    About 1 year ago I did that. That is smoked alot on the patch. Yes I learned my lesson well. When I got home from a night out I threw up all over the place. Now I'm trying again and I'm on day 12!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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