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    i quit
    An_247139 posted:
    smoke free a little more than a week no carvings yet
    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Congrats and welcome!! Please keep up the good work, be done with them!
    Please check in when you can, let us know how you are doing! Wonderful!!
    What made you decide to quit? Did you pick a day or just throw the cigarettes out?
    Anon_1521 responded:
    Congratulations! I have been smoke free for 11 months...You can do this!
    It is a day by day process..your body will go thru many changes not having the Nicotine..this a fantastic support system here to keep you motivated to stay Forever Free from Nicotene.
    Stay strong and keep going for your goal..
    cygnus7 responded:
    Congratulations! I know that you CAN continue to be tobacco free. I know of many people like myself who stopped over 30 years ago and we all remain smoke free.

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