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Hi all, I figgured I would gain weight when I quit 18 months ago, but I also lost the desire to drink liquids, and had to make an effort to remain hydrated. But, the strangest thing was I kept bitting my lips and tongue. Different places each time, this lasted about a year. I asked my doctor about this and he said he has never heard of this. Has anyone else experinced this?

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Hi all, I figgured I would gain weight when I quit 18 months ago, but I also lost the desire to drink liquids, and had to make an effort to remain hydrated. But, the strangest thing was I kept bitting my lips and tongue. Different places each time, this lasted about a year. I asked my doctor about this and he said he has never heard of this. Has anyone else experinced this?

Yep. And still do it nine years latter. But it still beats smoking.

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Thanks for the reply. It is nice too know that I am not the only one. The last 10 years I smoked cigars, I would keep a little plug in my mouth at all times from the end of my cigar like it was chewing tobacco. I figgured it left a film on my teeth, so when I quit the film left, leaving the sharp edges on my teeth, causing the bites. Very painful. I am glad you are smoke free for so long, hope I can do the same. Chris.

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I had a problem with weight gain. It seems like I've been yoyoing with weight gain and then slight weight loss. Its only recently that i've been able to curb the appetite a bit and that has helped.

Luckily, I don't have a desire to bite my mouth.

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