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    Chantix, When to stop
    BPR58 posted:
    I am in the 4th week of taking Chantix, and so far so good. Will someone chime in and share their experiences with this seemingly effective process. Should I ween myself off this drug? Should I just stop at the end of the first month because I feel confident or should I re-up and not fall prey to my early optimism and sucess? Please feel free to share any and all thoughts. Thank You BPR
    mayjune10 responded:
    I did chantix and if you really want to quit you will. I did feel like throwing up some times. Bad side affect
    leenew replied to mayjune10's response:
    if u eat before u take it u shouldn't get sick i went through the same thing but if i eat before i took it i was ok didn't have any bad side effects except for that i have been quit for 6 months now

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