Two nights ago I went to a rock show with a couple of friends. We are got drunk, I won't lie and were enjoying the music when, two of my friends decided to go out for a smoke. I decided to tag along even though I don't smoke. My friend had a box of cloves he said were the best smoke he's had. I being drunk and not caring decided to take two minor drags off his cigarette. This was the FIRST time I have EVER smoked a cigarette. Now today, I wake up and cough up blood. The taste of blood is in my mouth, and I guess I damaged my lungs by those two hits. Will this pass? Did I seriously mess up my lungs? Should I see a doctor? What should I do? What does the blood mean?
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I have talked with all my smoker friends and none have them have experienced this.
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