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Feeling better

Thanks to everyone.  Feeling better as each day goes by and things slow down.  Told my doc and she wants to keep an eye on it in case it gets worse or more frequent.  I hadn't thought about it but I quit smoking Sept 29 using Chantix and that may have freeked my body out too.  Hard to say, but MS is usually at the forefront.

And yes, Mom would be more worried about my health right now.  So I will do some relaxation exercises just for her.
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Hi Karilann, welcome back!!

I'm really glad you are feeling better, and congrats on the quitting smoking, that's great!!

Take care of yourself and come back to see us more often.  We miss our members when they don't check in often.

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I am really glad you are feeling better.  I too smoke and I know I have to quit.  I have done it 3 or 4 times before.  I never smoked during my pregnancies (x2) so I know I can do it just have to find that nerve again.

I told my cardiologist that smoking was my only vice.  He said maybe you should think about taking up cussing instead!  Cracked me up.  However I still smoke and I don't cuss...very often.

I am proud of you

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