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Nicorette® Lozenge

Nicorette Lozenge dissolves quickly in the mouth to release a dose of nicotine to help smokers reduce withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking. Nicorette Lozenge triples your chances of quitting* and delivers long-lasting craving relief even after the lozenge is gone.†  But you need to use as directed—behavioral support increases chances of success.

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Fast Facts for Nicorette Lozenge

Available in refreshing mint:                          Also available in 2 strengths.

The total approach

Nicorette is part of a holistic 12-week stop smoking method, which includes a stop smoking aid and behavior support, created to help you with your quit. Follow the recommended dosage and join a quit smoking support program to help keep you focused on the finish line.

Try Nicorette Lozenges if you:

•  Want to control your nicotine intake                       •  Want a practically unnoticeable aid

  Prefer not to or cannot chew gum                            Want a convenient way to help curb cravings

  

 

Choose a quit date to stop smoking, and purchase your Nicorette Lozenges beforehand so you’re ready.

 

To use Nicorette Lozenges properly, place the lozenge in your mouth, occasionally moving it side to side.

Allow it to slowly dissolve (about 20-30 minutes) and try to minimize swallowing.

 

Do not chew or swallow the lozenge. The medicine continues to work even after the lozenge is gone.

 

Use at least 9 lozenges per day for the first 6 weeks to help prevent cravings and improve your chances

of a successful quit.

 

Do not use more than one lozenge at a time or continuously use one after another. Do not use more than

5 lozenges in 6 hours or more than 20 lozenges per day.

 

Stop using the Nicorette Lozenges after the full 12 weeks. If you still feel the need to use the lozenges for a

longer period to keep from smoking, talk to your health care provider.

 

Refer to product labeling for complete directions of use and other information.


Other important directions

For 15 minutes before and during the use of a Nicorette Lozenge, make sure to avoid eating or drinking. Even mild foods and beverages can reduce the amount of nicotine being absorbed into the bloodstream, causing the lozenge to lose effectiveness.

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