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Spasms in abdominal region, sporadic pain in legs below knee. Withdrawal effects of smoking cessation?

I am a 34 year old female. Iam otherwise healthy but have smoked on and off. I am currently trying to quit. Again. I am a individual without insurance yet, I live in an area where there is free or little cost healthcare availabe. Because I am relatively healthy ( except for smoking ), I am freaked out by my symptoms which are as follows: - Worsening pulsating or spasms in the lower abdominal region. - Sporatic pain in both legs below the knee
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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hi, your symptoms do not relate to smoking(cigarette) . if you are trying to quit smoking, it relates to your mood only and nothing to do with cramps like pain in abdomen and legs. your symptoms seems to be psychologicaly related to smoking.. it is advised to continue avoiding cigarettes and smoking and that you can do with will power only. if yoursymptoms persists then you must be checked with some consultant
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