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Nicotinell
Nicotinell
(Active Ingredient: Nicotine)
This medicine is used to treat nicotine withdrawal symptoms as an aid to stopping smoking.
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  • INDICATIONS

    Nicotinell is used as an aid to stop smoking.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    You should use one lozenge whenever you have the urge to smoke. You should suck the lozenge for a few minutes until the flavour becomes strong and then rest it between the cheek and the gum. When the flavour fades you should suck the lozenge again and repeat the same process. The lozenge will dissolve completely after about 30 minutes.

    DOSAGE

    These lozenges are available in two strengths: 1mg and 2mg. You should use the 2mg lozenges if you smoke 30 or more cigarettes a day but you can use the 1mg lozenges if you find the 2mg ones too strong. If you smoke fewer than 20 cigarettes a day you should use the 1mg lozenges.is used as an aid to stop smoking.

    INSTRUCTIONS

    You should use one lozenge whenever you have the urge to smoke. You should suck the lozenge for a few minutes until the flavour becomes strong and then rest it between the cheek and the gum. When the flavour fades you should suck the lozenge again and repeat the same process. The lozenge will dissolve completely after about 30 minutes.

    DOSAGE

    These lozenges are available in two strengths: 1mg and 2mg. You should use the 2mg lozenges if you smoke 30 or more cigarettes a day but you can use the 1mg lozenges if you find the 2mg ones too strong.

    STORAGE

    Store this medication at room temperature away from moisture, heat, and light. Keep away from children.

  • This medicine may not be suitable for everyone and some people must never take it. Consult a doctor before starting to take the medication.

    Please consult your healthcare professional before taking this medicine if:
    you are allergic or sensitive to or have had a reaction to any of the ingredients in the medicine
    this medicine is for someone under 18 years of age
    you are trying to stop smoking after having a heart attack or stroke
    you have high blood pressure
    you have cerebrovascular problems
    you have circulation problems
    you have heart problems
    you have inflammation of the mouth, nose, or throat
    you have diabetes
    you have gastrointestinal problems such as oesophagitis, gastritis, or an ulcer
    you have kidney problems
    you have liver problems
    you have phaeochromocytoma
    you have thyroid problems
    you have phenylketonuria
    you have fructose intolerance
    you are on a low sodium diet

    Medicines interactions

    Before taking this medicine consult your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines including vitamins, supplements and herbal or complementary preparations.

    The following medicines may interact with this medicine:
    theophylline
    tacrine
    olanzapine
    clozapine
    adenosine
    caffeine
    paracetamol
    phenazone
    phenylbutazone
    pentazocine
    lidocaine
    benzodiazepines
    warfarin
    oestrogen
    vitamin B12
    propoxyphene
    furosemide
    propranolol
    H2-antagonists
    nifedipine
    adrenergics or adrenergic blockers

    If you are trying to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are breast-feeding, you should consult a doctor before taking this medicine.

  • Possible side effects of Nicotinell:

    hypersensitivity
    angioedema
    anaphylactic reactions
    increased salivation
    throat irritation
    hiccups
    indigestion or heartburn
    nausea
    faintness
    headache
    mouth ulcers
    dizziness
    flatulence
    gastritis
    dry mouth
    sore or inflamed mouth
    cold sores
    oesophagitis
    palpitations
    heart problems
    insomnia