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Oct 27, 2015 (09:44 AM) Reply | Quote 

       
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Welcome to Pregnets, A025!

Thank you for your interest in the Pregnets discussion board and for participating in the Chewers and Dippers Corner. In this forum, our users are encouraged to share their experiences with smokeless tobacco, including snuff, spit, or chewing tobacco.

Smokeless tobacco is not considered safer than smoking tobacco cigarettes; they both result in tobacco dependence and the harmful effects that come along with it. Chewing tobacco is also directly linked to a number of health risks including permanent gum loss, ulcers, and oral cancer.  
Snuggles332 mentioned she is concerned about returning to chewing tobacco once she quits smoking. One way to avoid relapse is to start chewing safer products like nicotine gums or lozenges or even regular sugarfree gum. It is best to speak with your health care provider about which products would be best for you.

Snuggles 332 – we hope your quit journey is going well! Please feel free to share an update on the discussion board  


~Pregnets Team

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A025
Oct 26, 2015 (10:12 AM) Reply | Quote 

       
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Minutes: 35 Seconds: 25

no .what do you mean,tabacoo gum or just tabacoo?
 

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Jul 26, 2012 (01:23 PM) Reply | Quote 

       
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I chewed before I was a smoker - I know..kinda gross for some... but I liked it then.
 
Once I started smoking I stopped chewing. I am worried if I stop smoking I'll start chewing again in order to cope. 
 
Has this been a problem for anyone else?

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