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Generic Nicorette

$1.45 / per Pill

Generic Nicorette

  • Active Ingredient: nicotine
  • Expiry Date: 15/10/2025
  • Average Delivery Time: 25 days
  • Availibility: In Stock
  • Strength: 20 mg

Generic Nicorette 20mg Tablets To Quit Smoking Habit

Generic Nicorette is a nicotine gum that provides nicotine to the body. It is used as a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) which is a strategy for smoking termination and leaving smokeless tobacco. The nicotine is carried to the bloodstream through absorption by the tissues of the mouth.By delivering a measured quantity of nicotine one can reduce nicotine withdrawal symptoms when smoking is ceased.

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Generic Nicorette Information

  • Active Compound
  • Dosage
  • Precautions
  • Common Side Effects
  • Severe Side Effects
  • Additional Info

The chief method of acting of NRT is supposed to be the stimulus of nicotinic receptors in the brain and the resulting release of dopamine. This and other minor actions of nicotine creates a reduction in nicotine withdrawal symptoms in regular smokers who desist from smoking.

NRT through Generic Nicorette may also deliver a surviving mechanism, making cigarettes less satisfying to smoke. Nonetheless, it does not totally eradicate the symptoms of withdrawal, possibly because none of the available nicotine delivery systems replicate the fast and high levels of major nicotine concentrations in the blood attained when rollup smoke is huffed.

Generic Nicorette is available in 4mg and 2mg dosage.

Dose of the gum you need will depend on the quantity of tobacco you usually consume daily through cigarette smoke. NRT should be continued for 3 months in order to observe remarkable improvements in the withdrawal symptoms.

Chain cigarette smokers should employ Nicorette 4-mg periodontal.

Those who smoke less than 25 cigarettes every day can utilize 2mg.

Irrespective of the dosage, here are directions to use-

  • Chew the Nicorette gum slowly and stop chewing when mouth starts to tingle.
  • Place the gum between your cheek and dental gum and leave it there until the tingling sensation fades off.
  • Slowly chew until the tingling returns and place the gum again in a different place in your mouth between your cheek and dental gum.
  • Remove gum after 30 minutes, or when chewing stops causing the tingly sensation
  • Avoid using this gum right after the other which can lead to side effects like hiccups, heartburn, or nausea.
  • For best results, use at least 9 pieces of gum per day for the first 6 weeks of treatment.
  • Do not take any other source of nicotine with Generic Nicorette, as it could elevate the risk of overdose.
  • Medications should be taken with Generic Nicorette only if the healthcare provider informs you otherwise.
  • Generic Nicorette can easily raise your pulse rate as well as blood pressure.
  • Stop utilizing it and call the physician in case of elevation in blood pressure or sudden increase in the heart rate.
  • Can be addictive and should be used as needed
  • Speak to your physician if you feel to increase the dose of Generic Nicorette.
  • Do not eat or drink anything within 15 minutes before using the gum or lozenge or while the medicine is in your mouth.

Common Generic Nicorette side effects may include:

  • Mild giddiness
  • Dry mouth, upset stomach, belching, or hiccups
  • Mouth or throat discomfort
  • Changes in taste or
  • Headache

Stop using Generic Nicorette and approach a doctor if you have:

  • Fast or pounding heartbeats, fluttering in your chest
  • Blisters inside your mouth
  • Problems with your teeth or jaw
  • Wheezing, tightness in your chest, trouble breathing

Which drugs cannot be taken with the drug?

Other medications may interact with nicotine, comprising prescription plus over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products. Inform the health care provider about all medicines you use presently or were using in past.

What should be done in case of Overdose?

  • Seek emergency medical attention in case if accidental or intentional overdose is alleged.
  • The quantity of nicotine present in a used or new piece of gum can be fatal to a child who unintentionally chews it. Rush to the hospital immediately if such a case happens.
  • Overdose symptoms include austere dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, and rapid and irregular heart rate.

What if a dose is missed?

  • Generic Nicorette is used as needed, hence, there is less possibility that you might miss a dose.
  • NOT MORE THAN 24 pieces of gum per day should be used.

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