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20-02-2019, 11:01   #1
GingerLily
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Is it normal?

I've quit smoking about two weeks now fully but 6 weeks since I drastically cut down.

I have a terrible cough the last few days, my lungs are very wheezy, it's as if they're clearing out. I've searched on the Internet a bit and I know it can happen.

Has anyone else had experience of this? Should I go to the doctor or just wait to see if it develops?
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21-02-2019, 00:14   #2
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Firstly well done on making the break from the cigarettes.

This is a common occurrence with quitting them. Give it time and it will clear.
Keep it up.
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21-02-2019, 00:18   #3
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Yes it's normal.Well done.Keep it up. Every day will be better. It will clear up quick..
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