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is the Brain burning effect permanent by champix?

I had been used champix for 6 weeks from July to September in 2012 .I could not use it for 12 weeks because I have so many side effect . I have been feeling my brain is burning, like my brain so tight and neuropathic pain. English is not my first language, I am so sorry about this. I thought like I was die. My symptoms: burning brain, tight brain, numbness, epilepsy seizures(2 times),headache, migraine, crying, blurred vision, bleeding vomit, post nasal drip, blocked nose, back ache. I went to Hospital and They checked my Brain MR, Blood and urine test. Eveything are ok but my brain is still burning, I lost 9 kg in 10 days. My doctor gived me a Cymbalta but I have to stop it because I gained 20 kg in a month. Please give me an advice , I do not want to gain kg because I am already overweight but I want to my life back. is the Brain burning effect permanent by champix? please tell me,what is the best product (no gain weight and reduces brain burning nerve damage)
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replied September 18th, 2013
I agree that Champix is a miserable drug for some people. In spite of this, I think your symptoms are well beyond even the worst side effects of this medication. It seams you have a bad depression and need to see a professional.

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