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    bb28728 posted:
    I have been quit smoking for 6 weeks now. I usd the Nicotrol Inhler System to help with the hand to mouth habit---DON'T USE THIS PRODUCT. It really burns your throat and mouth. I only used the inhaler for only a week and not constant either as i had already cut back to 5 cigarettes a day. Wondering if my mouth sensation will ever return back to normal?? Smoking is bad for you --but didn't feel this bad when I smoked. Can't use mints,mouthwash certain types of toothpaste -as the burning sensation is very painful and even makes me sick @ my stomach somewhat. Best way to quit is to quit cold turkey. Other than my burnt mouth, can't say I feel any differently.
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