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Why Do I Keep Getting Saliva Gland Infections After I Smoke?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Jena, May 22, 2013.

  1. I've been a daily smoker for 6 years, and in the passed year noticed swelling below my jaw and ear. I was worried it was a lymph node, but my doctor told me it was actually my saliva glands. They've swelled up on both sides of my jaw. Sometimes one side is more swollen than the other.
    I'm curious if anyone is having a similar problem. I took a 3 month break from weed because of this and that made the problem go away entirely. But the night I smoked after the break, my gland on the right side of my jaw was swollen the next morning!
    I'm getting frustrated because I love weed but I can't keep smoking if this is going to continue happening. I've even tried using a vaporizer and I'm STILL having these problems.
    Is this happening to anyone else? 


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