I have been smoking for about 3 years if not 2 and a half, i have smoked different types of cigarets constantly switching brands,and i have this sort of choking cough, i start to like cough mucus out at least 10 times a day, i always felt it in the back of my throat, its been going on for 5 months already and getting worse, i am scared i might be getting cancer or something, i cant run around as much as i used to without having to take a break to breathe, i feel disgusted and i always feel like i need to brush my teeth,now i am currently smoking marlboro blend no.27 because its "better" for you,but i have smoked hookah for a good six months, and like a dumb-*** i always inhaled it, after my crazy hookah smoking months i was told your not supposed to inhale it, but too late, i stopped hookah and went to cigarets again, i smoke about 10-15 a day, i used to smoke 5-8,i have also smoked cigars,blunts,bong,and swisher, i am pretty much ****** but i just want to know what could be wrong with me?should i go to get a chest x-ray or something? i do not know if this matters but i am also chubby and like overweight, i do not eat healthy and i do not exercise or anything, i eat very unhealthy i smoke and i do not exercise. my immune system is very weak i am unhealthy and i smoke and i think i am slowly dyeing, i am happy to see today for know. if anyone can help me out and lend me some good advice i will appreciate it.
Smoking is smoking, no matter what brand you smoke. You can request a chest x-ray when you see your doctor. With all of the symptoms you have described, I am sure a doc would agree to it. It would put your mind at ease. Good Luck and God Bless.
You could call your local hospital and find out the cost. If you have a Not for Profit hospital in your area they might do an x-ray. You will just have to do some research to find one that gives discounts for people without insurance. I don't think smoking marijuana is healthier than cigarettes. They are both unhealthy.
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