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Nicorette FruitFusion Gum 2mg 105's

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Nicorette Freshfruit Sugar-Free Gum 2mg Nicotine 105 Pieces. Each piece of gum delivers a controlled amount of nicotine into your body - enough to satisfy the craving, but not as much as a real cigarette. Nicorette Gum allows you to actively control how much nicotine you use and when you use it, for fast craving relief. NICORETTE Gum is available in Freshmint, fresh fruit and Icy White flavors - all three are double coated for an enhanced flavor experience. Nicorette Icy White Gum tastes great and also whitens teeth
This pack contains 105 pieces of fruit flavoured chewing gum, each containing 2mg of nicotine. Other ingredients contained include: Chewing Gum Base, Xylitol, Acesulfame Potassium, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Peppermint Oil, Menthol, Magnesium Oxide, E321, E171, Acacia, Carnauba Wax, Tuttifruti QL84441, Hypromellose, Sucralose, Polysorbate 80, Talc, Purified Water, & Levomenthol.
How to use
1. Chew Nicorette Gum slowly until you can taste the nicotine or feel a tingling sensation in your mouth.
2. Stop chewing and park the piece of Nicorette between your cheek and gums.
3. After about a minute, when the tingling is almost gone, start chewing again.
4. Repeat this process until the tingle is gone (about 30 minutes).
5. If you experience strong or frequent cravings, you can chew a second piece of nicotine gum within the hour.
Weeks 1-6: 1 piece of gum q1-2hr; ches at least 9 pieces per day during the first 6 weeks to increase chances of quitting.
Weeks 7-9: 1 piece of gum q2-4hr
Weeks 10-12: 1 piece of gum q4-8hr
<25 cigarettes/day: Initiate with 2 mg
≥25 cigarettes/day: Initiate with 4 mg
For strong/frequent cravings, may use second piece within 1 hour
Contraindications: Hypersensitivity, Active tomporomandibular joint disease, Nonsmokers, Patients smoking during the postmyocardial infarction period, Patients with life threatening arrhythmias or worsening angina pectoris.
Cautions: Coronary artery disease (e.g, history of myocardial infarction or angina pectoris), Serious cardiac arrhythmias, Hypertension, Vasospastic disease (eg, Prinzmetal angina, Raynauds phenomena), Extensively metabolized in liver; hepatic impairment may decrease clearance. Poisoning/fatality may occur in children if inhaled, ingested, or buccally absorbed. Continuously chewing gum increases nicotine release leading to increased adverse effects (see administration instructions). Stop use if oral blistering occurs. Use caution in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms of an allergic reaction occur, such as, difficulty breathing or rash.