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aneedleinthehayy's avatar

Why is it that, lately, whenever I do something active after having a cigarette I get very painful gas bubbles/nausea?

Asked by aneedleinthehayy (1198points) August 28th, 2008

does this happen to anyone else? are they just random unexplainable occurences?

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augustlan's avatar

Maybe you’re swallowing a lot of air? That’s how some people “burp on command” maybe you’re swallowing it, and not burping it out.

ebenezer's avatar

I’m not sure what gas bubbles are, but I power through the hearburn, nausea, headaches, relationship problems, gastrointestinal confusion, bad breath, dirty looks, self loathing, budget restrictions, public scorn, litter guilt, and cancer comments; why? They make me feel good, now.


JackAdams's avatar

It’s because Gawd is trying to tell you that you shouldn’t be smoking, because it is bad for you.

Take the hint. I did.

August 29, 2008, 7:21 AM EDT

loser's avatar

I think the government is putting something in cigarettes to get us to quit. Seriously! It’s only pretty recently that I started getting these weird heart palpatations and I get the same nausea thing you do. Guess we’re gonna all have to quit one way or another. I wonder how John Powell is doing?

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