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Posted by Ev on December 31, 1969 at 8:42am in Welcome! Please Introduce Yourself
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Anyone else having back and chest pain since they quit? I've been to the Dr. but now I'm going to have to get more tests done. Is this a normal part of quitting? I have never had back pain before.
Last updated 627 days ago by Ev
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