2Baconil TTS30 7 Mg Nicotine Patch is a starting strength for a person who smokes. 2Baconil Patch is a form of NRT which is used in Tobacco Cessation (Stop Smoking Programs). 7 mg is the last step for a person who has completed step one and/or step two of 21 mg and 14 mg.
Result - You gradually reduce your dependence on nicotine in 3 months.
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Nicotine USP- 7 mg
Apply the patch on a dry, clean and hairless portion of the upper body or outer arms.
Apply 1 new patch every 24 hours, preferably in the morning
Note: Site or area of application must change everyday.
1.Can nicotine patch give side effects?
Possible side effects can be itchiness, redness burning sensation around the skin. You might also feel dizzy, nauseous or even a racing heartbeat. If the discomfort continues, consult a doctor immediately.
2.How long does nicotine stay in the body even after removing the patch?
Nicotine stays in the body(bloodstream) for about 10-12 hours and then gradually decreases.
3.How will I know if the nicotine patch is working?
As you progress with the patch, the urge to smoke a cigarette will decrease.
4.Does water affect the nicotine patch on my body?
Nicotine patches should be waterproof, so you can bathe or swim with the patch on as long as it is applied properly. You can secure it with waterproof tape if needed.
5.Can I still smoke a cigarette while using the nicotine patch?
It is best not to smoke while using the nicotine patch as there might be too much nicotine for the body and can later cause side effects.
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Pack Size 7 - 7 mg
How To Choose Your Step-1
20 or more cigarettes in a day -
20 or less cigarettes in a day -
Note - Consult your doctor if you are below 18 years of age, pregnant or breast-feeding, taking any prescription and/or non-prescription medicine, diabetic, hypertensive, have a history of ulcers, heart, stomach, liver or kidney diseases or an overactive thyroid gland.