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Can stopping smoking mess with your sinuses?

I stopped smoking over 2 years ago. About a year after stopping smoking I developed chronic sinusitis w/coughing, wheezing, ear infections, etc. I also have problems w/sleeping sometimes as I don’t get very good sleep and I am tired all the time. I went to see my doctor and all she did was say that I was depressed and slapped me on an anti-depressant (which I have stopped taking because of massive weight gain and a rise in blood pressure). Does anyone know whether or not smoking can do this to you. I smoked a pack a day for about six years and I started when I was 14 and smoked a pack a day from the time I was 18 till the time I was 25. How long does problems like this last?

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2 Responses to “Can stopping smoking mess with your sinuses?”

  1. mariebear said :

    I had lots of problems when I quit. Bronchitis, coughing, sinus problems. The thing is your sinuses are clearing. I dont think you need an anti-depressant. My problems lasted about a year after quitting. Go see a different doctor.

  2. tahoe02_4me62 said :

    probably withdrawl from smoking, smoking causes a lot of problem and some of them have to do with your sinuses. better get that checked out to be on the safe side. I would like to commend you on quiting smoking. It’s wonderful for you and those around you, it’s show true love for neighbor,family and friends. Good health to you.
    Jas. 2:8: “You must love your neighbor as yourself.”


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