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Heavy smoker, problems in bowel movement, tongue bitter, abdomen feels compressed. Remedy?

sir i am a smooker for the past 35 years with an average of 15 cigretts per day for the past 6 months i hAD CUT DOWN ON CIGRETTS ie 2 or 3 cigretts per day during this period i had problems with my bowl movement i am back to my normal cigretts of 10 per day now i dont have any complaint of bowel moments but my tounge is bit bitter and my upper abdomen feels compressed after any food intake
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Greetings from .
I am Dr Sourav Chakraborty and I will be helping you with your query .

From your case history I do believe you are suffering from withdrawal. Generally when people who are heavily addicted tries to wean off such they do experience such systemic symptoms. My suggestion to you is not to give up on your trial to quit smoking and do try to quit smoking at the earliest . Its not good for your health . Please visit a de addiction centre where they will chart out a plan for you so that you can quit smoking in a easier way.

Regarding your altered bowel habits I would suggest you to have isabgol husk two times a day and it will do wonders for you or please visit a physician for further evaluation .

Hope I have been able to help .
Take Care.
Answered: Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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