I used it and only side effect I had was made me little sick to my stomach but I found that if I ate half my meal took med then ate rest I did fine. I will say I smoked longer than it said to but after 2 months of taking med I quit smoking for 9 months, no longer liked taste or smell. Sad to report I am back to smoking but considering doing Chantix again. Like previous poster said everyones body is different and reacts differently but being in medical profession I can say we have had many more patients report no side affects than ones who had issues, I say give it a try.
My friend and his cousin used it and had very bad nightmares.
I'm thinking about trying it. I've heard good things about it, and my doctor is recommending that I try it.<br />
I found the skit that they did on SNL about it funny as hell. :-P
Really, no one can tell you how your body and mind will react to it. We're all different, which is why a lot of medicines affect people different ways. Since I'm hearing much more positive about it from people, I'm leaning toward trying it as my decision. If I have an adverse reaction, I'll just stop taking it.
i did good for 2 weeks - then i started with the dreams, hallucinations, etc and couldn't remember what was dreams or real so i had to quit taking it
works for some people - give it a try, you can always stop taking it. I'm going back to the patches
There is a surgery in which they work on your ear and it makes you not smoke.
My dad quit with it no problem
I might suggest a high dossage of nortriptyline.
My ex did. He also couldn't use nicotine patches because had violent nightmares.