Nicotinell Mint 1mg Compressed Lozenge, 96.

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Do you want to stop smoking without the craving? Nicotinell Mint 1mg Compressed Lozenges replace the nicotine from cigarettes, helping you to stop smoking..

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Product Description

What are Nicotinell Mint 1mg Compressed Lozenges used for?

Do you want to stop smoking without the craving? Nicotinell Mint 1mg Compressed Lozenges replace the nicotine from cigarettes, helping you to stop smoking.

Nicotine replacement therapy is provided by these lozenges. For example, when you chew nicotine is released slowly, reducing your craving.

How do I use Nicotinell Mint 1mg Compressed Lozenge?

Do not smoke at the same time as using these lozenges.

Initially, suck one lozenge when you feel the urge to smoke. Next, you can chew a lozenge every one to two hours. Finally use no more than 8-12 lozenges per day.

 

Like all medicines, Nicotinell Mint lozenges can cause
side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Some effects you may notice in the first few days are
dizziness, headache and sleep disturbances. These may
be withdrawal symptoms in connection with smoking
cessation and may be caused by insufficient administration of nicotine.
Common side effects (affects 1 to 10 users in 100) • dizziness and headache. • dryness of the mouth, hiccups, stomach trouble such
as nausea, flatulence, heartburn, increased saliva
production and irritation of the mouth and throat may
also occur, especially as a result of intense sucking.
Slower sucking will usually overcome these problems.
Uncommon side effects (affects 1 to 10 users in 1,000) • palpitations.
Rare side effects (affects 1 to 10 users in 10,000) • disturbances in heart beat rhythm and allergic reactions. These reactions may in very few cases be serious. You should see your doctor immediately if you
experience symptoms such as swollen face, tongue
and/or pharynx and/or difficulty to swallow or hives
together with difficulty breathing (angioedema).
Mouth ulcers may occur when trying to quit smoking,
but the relationship to the nicotine treatment is not clear.
If any of the side effects gets serious, or if you notice
any side effects not listed in this leaflet, please tell your
doctor or pharmacist.

Patient Information Leaflet