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Same as pre surgery.

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Laughing - It has the same affects as pre surgery. It’s no different after surgery. Personally, I can take it or leave it. If it triggers hunger for you it may be an issue.

6 minutes ago, ace090 said:

What does this mean? Stop the smoking?

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10 minutes ago, Healthy_life2 said:

Laughing - It has the same affects as pre surgery. It’s no different after surgery. Personally, I can take it or leave it. If it triggers hunger for you it may be an issue.

Yep. Same.

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What does this mean? Stop the smoking? [emoji20]

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Lol!!!!!

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Probably a good idea to quit so you don’t have constant munchies and just stay fat.

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Whar is occasionally daily? Daily isn’t occasionally it’s regularly.

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Be careful of purple elephants

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I'm a weekend user of a THC spray, not smoking. I find that since my sleeve no more munchies.

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