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Smokeless tobacco after gastric bypass

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it is a very good news that i have quit this smokeless tobaco with my will power. After quitting this i am ... lime. I want to know is there will be any bad side effect after this sudden quit of tobacco Because i ...

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I started to use smokeless tobacco. I chew it but I keep my dietary as well, and I want to know if it is better to not eat before or after the tobacco. I also use Listerine and brush my teeth regularly ...

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I have this one soar spot in the side of my throat and theres a small white patch on the soar area, just kind of wondering if it could be something serious from smokeless tobacoo use..

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I was using smokeless tobacco and developed swollen lymph nodes under the jaw. Symptoms lasted about 3 weeks: I quit using smokeless tobacco and made an appointment with a local ENT. The ENT ...

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I have a lump at the very bottom of my gumline in the back. Its hard and moves a little bit not much. Its not painful. I have used smokeless tobacco in the past and my dentist have never said ...

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the surgery and have not had any throat pain for 3 days. I m just wondering if I could start using smokeless tobacco again? Generally it s said 2 weeks but since I haven t had any issues does this increase ...

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you should know that I also use smokeless tobacco, usually on the side that the feeling has appeared ...I have recently begun to have a lump in the throat feeling. After a week or so, it began to be less ...

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does chewing smokeless tobacco make ur cheeks swell puffy after chewing. i recently picked up chewing because i had stopped smoking for four yrs. i had a relapse with the smoking....therefore i ...

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Bottom inner lip is peeling a little bit after use of long cut smokeless tobacco. This was only ... this could be an if it s normal with smokeless tobacco users. It doesn t hurt when it peels but it left my ...

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I have used smokeless tobacco for several years off and on and have formed pockets along the inside of my bottom lip. Since I ve realized this I ve quit! Is there any way to reverse the pockets ...

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What are the effects of smokeless tobacco on your general health? I have used it for almost 5 years and recently quit in the last 2 weeks. I am a relatively active young adult and have only recently observed ...

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Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here...Can smokeless tobacco cause erectile dysfunction? My husband has been chewing tobacco for about a year and he is having ...

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hi ,my self amit ,and i am want to quite smokeless tabacoo,but the problem is that when i tried to quite it,my resistance or stamina decreases,and i am suffering from joint pain,body pain ,head pain, and some time energyless. plz sugest me better...

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Hello, I was wondering if using smokeless tobacco can cause chronic constipation. I have been using smokeless tobacco for about 6 years and I am 21 years old. I am very healthy. I have been constipated ...

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Hi, I am 37 yrs old. I am addict to khaini, SLT (Smokeless tobacco) for the last 16 to 17 years. During weekdays, I donot take during working hour but on the weekends, I take five to six doses, being ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, Thanks for your query. No, not safe at al. Since, there will be raw surfaces left after surgery there are increased risk of developing cancer on chewing tobacco. Do avoid for life hereon. Regards,

doctor1 MD

Is there any colour change to white (leukoplakia) or red (erythroplakia)? These are pre-malignant (pre-cancerous) conditions. Consult your doctor as local examination is necessary. Thanks.

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tobacco is the cause for cancer and not the smoke for oral cancers. the smoke can cause lung cancer. if you may be protected from lung ca but mouth cancer risk shall remain. Try to leave the habit. Regards