You need to remember that saying (no pain no gain)

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“You need to remember that saying (no pain no gain)”

Written on: 09/12/2012 by DPaula (1 review written)

Hi guys, after been on here reading all the reviews I only thought it right to write about my experience with Champix.
I'm on day 15 now and stopped smoking on day 10.
At first I was waiting for the fags to taste awful but they never did, I then used a little willpower and was determined not to smoke for that day at least. That day has now turned into 5 and counting.
The first week on Champix was ok ish I had flu symptoms, aces and pains, score throat, runny nose and a lot of headaches, my second week got much better however I then started to sufer with heartburn, Ive not had any mood swings and I'm not eating anymore than I normally do.
I was told by my doctor to stop smoking as I having an operation on my foot next week and he said my recovery will be much better if I was to stop smoking, I have to admit I never thought it would be this easy, like I've already mentioned no pain no gain.
If your reading this like I had done before you I say give it a go its well worth all the side effects and hay I'm now a non smoker.
My number one tip is to read Alan Carrs book Stop smoking, it has really helped me.
Good luck guys
If i can do it after been a smoker for 30 odd years anyone can.

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Siobhangray's Response to DPaula's Review

Written on: 02/01/2013

What do you mean? Does the tablet give you the flu an heartburn?

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Guest70's Response to DPaula's Review

Written on: 19/01/2013

Well done you, hope you can keep it up.
wish i could, but after 50 odd years puffing fags don't think there is much hope for me.

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Crockpot's reply to Guest70's Comment

Written on: 25/01/2013

You will never know if you don't try! I thought it was impossible too, but I was told to keep on smoking as usual while taking the tablets. So I thought "nothing to lose" and gave it a shot. It may be a twelve week course, but it only took me five weeks and I felt really guilty when people congratulated me as it was so easy!

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