I understand what you saying. But was looking for an opinion on my situation and what you think rather than just a referral.
I understand but I am looking for someone to put things in perspective for me. I would like a second opinion.
I want to know what is my risk of lung cancer giving the information I have given you. And does smoking crack cocaine increase that risk dramatically as I was doing it for three years.
I like your reply. Why do you say the three years of smoking crack cocaine does not change the overall picture? Is that not worse than smoking cigarettes?
Could you tell me some data on that please as I am very anxious because I'm thinking that because I smoked crack cocaine for three years it added more damage/more increased risk of lung cancer.
Ok thank you for your answer. Is this not known anywhere?
Would my risk of lung cancer as it stands would of been the same if I never smoked crack cocaine?
would the extent of the damage from smoking crack cocaine be worse than smoking cigarettes?
What I'm thinking is that smoking I have been smoking 20 cigarettes a day for 12 years and in them 12 years the 3 years of smoking crack cocaine has added significant risk of lung cancer?
Do you think a CT scan is really necessary from the information I have given you?
Ok so you don't feel its necessary to have a CT scan from the information I have provided?
if I continue smoking you still think my CT scan will be fine?
Could you give me percentages please. You did say that my risk is not great.
what's a whack
Thanks for your time. I still want a second opinion so I am going to ask this question again, but thank you for your answer.