Quitting Smoking Timeline – Day Fifteen

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Last night was about what you would expect after putting the patch back on again. My toilet was not happy to see me, nor was I happy to see it. I knew sleep wasn’t going to happen, so I was rather glad that a friend of mine called and we stayed up until 4am talking.

I will probably end up talking with my doctor about other options, as this allergy seems to be getting worse and not better. The 14mg that I am on shouldn’t be too strong, in fact, they are rather weak for me. Yet the reaction was as violent as the 21mg. I might try Chantix if it is now covered by insurance, but perhaps there are other options.

The worst part is the lethargy. Its worse then when I was smoking for pete’s sake. Its almost like being depressed, you don’t want to do anything, think anything, read anything…its like the anti-me. The battle still wages though!

Just not sure which is worse right now. Sigh.

Current weight: 135.8lbs, -.2lbs from Day Twelve. Current Gain: 1.8lbs

14 days, 23 hours, 24 minutes and 33 seconds smoke free.

300 cigarettes not smoked.

$97.50 and 2 days, 7 hours of your life saved.

Your quit date: 4/7/2009 2:21:00 AM
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  1. you are doing a great job!! dont let those setbacks get you down.
    *a fellow ex-smoker, 2 months.

  2. Thanks wildeyes! I'm trying not to, but it definitely is having its difficult moments. But its something I want, so I am still going after it. Thanks for stopping by. :)

  3. so, you are quit smoking without chantix now? If yes, you are just a great people.

  4. I've never used Chantix, its an option though. :)


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