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Nicorette Patch

Nicorette Patch is an easy-to-use, once-a-day solution to help you deal with the cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking. Nicorette Patch delivers a continuous, controlled dose of nicotine into your body through your skin over a 16 hour period. You should not use tobacco products while wearing the Nicorette Patch. You may want to gradually reduce the amount of nicotine you absorb until you can do so without it.

Nicorette Patch is available in three strengths, 5mg, 10mg, and 15mg, so that you can start on the highest dose and gradually reduce the dose. If you are unsure about what strength of Nicorette Patch would be right for you, talk to your doctor. You do not need a prescription to buy Nicorette Patch.

The Nicorette Patch should be applied to the front or side of your chest, or on your upper arm or hip; it should not be applied to broken or irritated skin. When you first apply Nicorette Patch, you may experience a slight skin reaction with some itching or redness. This skin reaction in the area where the patch was applied should dissipate on its own. Other mild side effects are possible when you use Nicorette Patch. The most common side effect is general skin itchiness, but this side effect should go away after a few days. Other side effects related to using Nicorette Patch can include dizziness, a headache, stomach discomfort, nausea, vomiting, and red skin.

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