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Does the cigarette smell in breath last even after quitting smoking months ago ?

can a person have a cigarette smell after stop smoking for 5 months? I have been married. For 7. Years. For the pass 2 years my husband. Had smoke some cigarettes. I am discusted by any cigarette. Smell. My husband. Says that he had his. Last cigarette. Five months ago. My question is. Can someone. Have a smoking breath Smell after stop. Smoking. For 5 months. ? Thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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Hi,thanks for query.I am sorry dear you may not be comfortable with answer but no,this is not possible,one can not have smell of a cigarette which was smoked 5 months ago.The smell cannot last this long.I think he is smoking at present also.Bad breath could be there due to poor oral hygiene and give rise to bad smell but not of cigarette.Please discuss this with him with cool head and try to explain him the disadvantage of smoking.You can even take help of a doctor for this.
wishing you good health.
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