Canadian Woman Falls In The Grip Of Serious side-effects After Using Chantix
Date: 2nd November 2008
After being continuously addicted to smoking for 15 years, when Dawna,, a woman from Canada , started to administer Chantix, the Pfizer manufactured anti-smoking medication, for the purpose of triggering off smoking cessation, she experienced Chantix side-effects, namely: anger, depression and shortness of breath.
The Canadian woman Dawna revealed that she continued using nicotine patch for a period of around 1 month and then started to take the quit smoking drug Chantix. As she started to administer Chantix, she suffered from depression, anger, suicidal thoughts and various other Chantix side-effects. She also makes it apparent that alongside depression and anger, she suffered from shortness of breath after taking Chantix and went to the hospital considering that the car's exhaust leak was leaking and yielding disastrous impact on her. Altogether, for two months when Dawna used Chantix, she suffered from suicidal tendencies.
However, Dawna states that she started to use Chantix for smoking cessation because her manager used the medicine and successfully quit smoking but, unfortunately for her, Chantix proved to be a dangerous medication. She clarifies that before using Chantix, she was totally unaware of the fact that the medicine triggered off depression and suicidal thoughts in users.