Yes I have tried a wide assortment of antacids. Its like my esophagus is like raw skin. Its been coated with nicotine and tobacco for the past ten years and now I'm taking that coating away
yes, but I've changed it to where I'm eating nothing because of the pain. I know its not an acid thing, its a withdrawal symptom of nicotine abuse. What I don't know is if there is anything I can take to help ease the pain so I can eat.
I do not want or need any nicotine. I have beaten nicotine cravings physically and mentally. This is a symptom that happens through the withdrawal process. You can read other stories all over the internet. What I can't find is any advice on what to do about the pain. I will not use any nicotine products. I have tried an anti-inflammatory, acetaminophen, aleve, and antacids
The negative feedback is for suggesting that somebody who had chiefly stated they have been tobacco free for 8 days should try using a nicotine patch. The canola oil is something I've never heard of. I thank you for that. I would like to NOT use something that requires a prescription because I know it will be over in a few days. I'm sure there is something out there that will help ease the pain, I just don't know what it is