I quit smoking using Chantix. My last cigarette was Oct. 1st. I noticed the blurry vision and facial numbness starting the same day which lasts all day every day. On Oct. 8th, my Dr. told me to get off the Chantix. I waited and weaned myself off to have a better chance of success. I last took Chantix on Oct. 12 at .5 mg. I told Dr. I've had blurry vision on prior quit smoking attempts. My mother's side is rampant with diabetes. My blood work came back normal. MRI on head w/contrast came back normal. Eye tests came back normal. This summer had replacement tooth filling resulting in intense headaches. Tooth is temperature sensitive, and pressure sensitive. But still doesn't seem like culprit. Difficulty focusing (like I cried without the tears), numbness from below both eyes all the way down to neck and over to ears. Headaches, sore throat.... some symptoms are probably due to my body's reaction to no nicotine. Frustration mounting.... difficult to drive.... difficult to function. Does anyone have any idea what is causing this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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