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Fresh Oil change. burning oil

Just changed my oil 150 miles ago. Only at night can i see that im burning oil. I noticed big clouds of a white hazy smoke in a headlight. When i step in or just driving....i heard possible orings or injectors. But it never did it before oil change i know that for a fact......anyone know why this thing would be puffing out burnt oill ?
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I would say lazy injectors.

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