OK heres the latest.last Sunday is when I began my quit cigs plan.Im determined for the last time!!! I WILL CONQUER THIS NICODEMON!!!! I did bite the bullet and my doc gave me the Chantix. Im fully aware that w/all my psych stuff and my PD meds Im walking on this ice. Especially since my Parkinson's meds increase my dopamine level and the Chantix blocks it. But that cold turkey crap just didnt cut it. Its taken me several months to become this determined again. And determined I am!!!! Im still smoking, just not as many the past few days. My quit date is Wednesday April 23rd. For some reason I just couldnt do it today, since its full moon. Didnt think that would be a good idea. I dont have any appts for the next 2 weeks, cuz I plan on trying to sleep as much of the time as I can so it will pass. So far I havent had much of the nausea. I take the Chantix on a full stomach with a big glass of ice water. I am so hoping that I wont have to get it refilled next month cuz I had to pay the full price since Medicaid wont cover it. But, I spend just as much if not more, on cigs every month. At least there will be an end to this expense because now I need to put that $$ out for gas.
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