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Started Jul-7 by Sarama66; 728 views.
Eve1973

From: Eve1973

Jul-7

Hi Sara, I would honestly think long and hard about quitting. This cough will get worse. You know it’s from smoking, I know when I developed the cough, it was almost every morning with the phlegm and I would hack it up and spit it out.

I haven’t done that in months now.....thanx you reminded me of that. The best thing for you to do is quit! You will feel better eventually and you will live a more healthier life. 
 

Read as much as you can on here, consult a physician if you think you may want to try some NRTS, and pick a quit date! Seriously it’s in your best interest to quit. It’s hard, not going to lie, but if you educate yourself and read what the MODS tell people to read you will WANT to quit and you will have this forum for support. 
 

We are here for you!

Eve 1/30/2020

Sarama66

From: Sarama66

Jul-7

Hi Eve thanks for the reply, all I have to do now is pick a date, I know it's got to be done, but scary while this covid is around x

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slowblumer

From: slowblumer

Jul-7

HI Sara,

Welcome to the forum.   Quitting smoking is the number one thing you can do to improve your health.  I hope you do make that decision to quit.  Please contact your doctor and discuss your cough though.  We need a plan to succeed.   Check out the articles below.

Do These Things Before You Stop Smoking

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Eve1973

From: Eve1973

Jul-7

Actually it is helpful if you quit! Are you worried about getting it mixed up with the cough? I would still quit, no matter what. Then you tell everyone you quit during the pandemic! If you can do that.....you will be stronger in everything!

Best wishes!

Kittyxxx121

From: Kittyxxx121

Jul-8

Actually it's safer for you because of COVID. You need your lungs to be on their A game and you can't if you still smoke. So set a date and take the plunge, we will support you through it xx

Lyney

From: Lyney

Jul-8

Hi Sarah,

I also smoked for 39 years and I quit 8 days ago. I have had a smokers cough for most of my adult life. For me, I have had little bouts of it getting worse since I quit but many more moments of it getting better. I think it's a part of the process of cleaning out your lungs. I welcome the little "ahems" knowing that my lungs are on their way to better days. It may get worse before it gets better and I keep reminding myself that eventually it will get better.

Sarama66

From: Sarama66

Jul-9

Thank you, Monday is going to be the day. I've got nicorette gum on the ready. I can't wait to breath more easily 

Sarama66

From: Sarama66

Jul-9

Aww thanks, yes I'm afraid if I quit now my cough will get worse and that I'll be more susceptible to covid

But I'm doing it... Monday is the day x

Sarama66

From: Sarama66

Jul-9

Monday is the day...

It's got to be done! 

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