Nicotinell Mint 2mg Chewing Gum, regular, 96.
- Relieves Cold And Flu Symptoms
- Active Ingredients: Aspirin And Caffeine
- Also Treats Aches And Pains
- Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
- Includes Free Prescription
|One Pack(s)||£13.00||In Stock|
What is Nicotinell mint 2mg chewing gum used for?
Do you want to stop smoking without the craving? Nicotinell mint 2mg chewing gum replaces the nicotine from cigarettes, helping you to stop smoking.
Nicotine replacement therapy is provided by this gum. For example, when you chew nicotine is released slowly, reducing your craving.
How do I use Nicotinell mint chewing gum?
First chew one piece of gum until the taste becomes strong, then rest the gum between your gum and cheek.Next chew again when the taste fades.
You can use 8-12 pieces of gum a day.
Do not use more than 25 pieces of 2mg gum a day.
Like all medicines, Nicotinell chewing-gums can
cause side effects, although not everybody gets
STOP using the gum and seek medical help
immediately if you have any of the following
which may be signs of an allergic reaction:
• difficulty breathing or swallowing, swelling of the
mouth, face, lips, tongue or throat.
• severe itching of the skin, with a red rash or raised
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 (occur in 1 to 10 users in 100)
• dizziness and headache.
• Hiccups, stomach trouble such as nausea,
flatulence, vomiting, heartburn, increased saliva
production, irritation of the mouth and throat and
jaw muscle ache may also occur, especially as a
result of intense chewing. Check that you are
following the correct chewing technique if you
experience these effects.
Uncommon side effects (occur in 1 to 10 users in
• red skin rash (erythema) and itching of raised
bumps of the skin (urticaria).
Rare side effects (occur in 1 to 10 users in 10,000)
• disturbances in heart beat rhythm and allergic
Mouth ulcers may be related to quitting smoking
and not to your treatment.
The chewing-gum can stick to and very rarely
damage dentures or other dental work.
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.
Also you can help to make sure that medicines
remain as safe as possible by reporting any
unwanted side effects via the internet at
www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Alternatively you
can call Freephone 0808 100 3352 (available from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays to Fridays) or fill in a
paper form available from your local pharmacy