was wanting to ask if any of you have been smokers and tried to quit. i tried to use nicotein patches when i quit smoking a while back and within 20 mins of having the patch on i became really sick dizzy the same as how i feel most of the time now. i now looking back am wondering if the pots was to blame for my reaction to the nicotein patches. i was wondering as i have to go and have yet another tilt test tomorrow at 12 pm whether i should maybey weaar a low dose patch as that would most definetly make me feel ill and would show up on a tilt test. as i would find it hard not to pass out. or whether is hould just cross my fingers and hope my symptoms show up tomorrow as they6 always seem to disapper when i go near the doctors. i dont know maybey they get stage fright. but they still a nightmare to live with. im not sure. do you think im completely off my head to even consider making myself feel worse than i already do. any thoughts. drop me a line.
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