Nicorette

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What is Nicorette?

Nicorette 2 mg Buccal Lozenge
Drug Name: NICOTINE LOZENGE - BUCCAL
Other Brand Names: Commit
Uses: This medication can help you quit smoking by replacing the nicotine in cigarettes. The nicotine in tobacco is an important part of cigarette addiction. When you stop smoking, your nicotine levels drop quickly. This drop can cause withdrawal symptoms such as craving tobacco, nervousness, irritability, headache, weight gain, and difficulty concentrating. Stopping smoking is hard and your chance of success is best when you are ready and have made a commitment to quit. Nicotine replacement products are part of a total stop-smoking program that includes behavior change, counseling, and support. Smoking causes lung disease, cancer, and heart disease. Stopping smoking is one of the most important things you can do to improve your health and live longer.
Posts on Nicorette (262)
Hi, I'm an addict. I use 4mg ice mint Nicorette lozenges and smoke menthol cigarettes. ...
Hi, I'm an addict. I use 4mg ice mint Nicorette lozenges and smoke menthol cigarettes. ...
Seems like most of these posts are three years old . . . have we learned anything about the...
7 Days without smoking I'm using nicorette gum it seems to be helping, has anyone here used...
When a person quits smoking because of a lung problem does chewing the gum affect the lungs...
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Journals about Nicorette(3)
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by Mentholmel, Jul 06, 2014
Yum! I thought as I puffed my menthol cigarette with a 4mg ice mint gum in my mouth......
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by Mentholmel, Jul 06, 2014
Hi, I'm an addict I got myself into an addiction to Nicorette 4mg ice mint loz...
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by Crabitha, Aug 27, 2010 - 2 Comments
I guess if you're addicted to alcohol or heroin or something as serious as that, ...
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