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By Hopslammer - / Friday 17 June 2011 01:39 / United States
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By  dudeitsdanny  |  9

My aunt ignored small coughs for 2 years.. They built up in frequency and intensity.. And she ignored those for 7 years.. When she started coughing more violently, and decided to get checked out since she watched my cousin's little girl, she discovered she had developed cancer. A cancer that covered almost her entire left lung. She was in chemotherapy for 6 months, seemed better, then died in serious pain 3 months later. Better hope your cough isn't half as serious, even if it sounds much more intense.

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  Kawboy  |  1

I've coughed alot in my day and not from smoking, and never came close to shitting myself! Sounds like you could use some patches or something op. GL on quiting

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  TheDrifter  |  23

71, it doesn't matter if it's tobacco or marijuana, the smoke from either causes cancer. Or in the case of the above poster who smokes till he pukes, getting stoned can lead to a stupidity induced early ending.

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  whittikers  |  0

that's funny because his name is weed XD

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  imnotcraZ  |  0

yeah, not the bowel movements. but you can blame: emphazima breathing problems, tar in your lungs. bone throat, lung, pancreatic, skin, etc- cancer on it. your Child's birth deficiencies and their mental and breathing problems. weak immune system...I can go on for a few pages. bowel movements is something I didn't hear about so idk. but everything else(even misspelled) you can blame on cigarettes... oh and I guess a temporary good feeling (idk why it's so addictive)

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  jamescrazy96  |  17

My mother smokes when I was in her womb, and I am perfectly fine. Her friend smoked with her son in her womb and his sister and they are both perfectly fine. I could keep on going.. I don't believe it can affect a baby inside of a womb!!

By  dudeitsdanny  |  9

My aunt ignored small coughs for 2 years.. They built up in frequency and intensity.. And she ignored those for 7 years.. When she started coughing more violently, and decided to get checked out since she watched my cousin's little girl, she discovered she had developed cancer. A cancer that covered almost her entire left lung. She was in chemotherapy for 6 months, seemed better, then died in serious pain 3 months later. Better hope your cough isn't half as serious, even if it sounds much more intense.

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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

I hardly knew her, and it was three months ago, but thank you. I just think it's a good example of how bad a cigarette addiction can be: To the point you ignore the symptoms of something bad going on.

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  atitud3  |  11

you post comments on every fml dude. And its not short comments :s

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