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    Nic Free !!
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    jasbrown5452 posted:
    3 weeks nicotine free ! WOO-HOO ! Ibupropion is working tremendously well. Cravings come but they are manageable and easily dismissed. Unlike in the past where the cravings were all-consuming. Some gastro-intestinal discomfort still though. Common ?
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Jas and congrats!!! Truly good news and I hope you are still doing wonderful! I believe everyone has different withdrawal symptoms. You may want to call your doc or go in for a physical, just to get the all clear! As I said everyone is different so check with the doc, but as far as your health goes, you are in the right direction!! Congrats again, and please let us know how you are doing.


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