NICOGUM chewing gum is indicated for smoking cessation therapy. It reduces withdrawal symptoms including nicotine craving associated with quitting smoking/chewed tobacco and gutka containing tobacco.
The chewing gums should be used whenever there is an urge to smoke. Continue use for up to three months to break the habit of smoking, and then gradually reduce the gum use.
NICOGUM chewing gum is available in two strengths, 2 mg and 4 mg
The smoker should stop smoking completely when he/she begins using the gum. In smokers currently unable or not ready to stop smoking abruptly, the gum may also be used as part of a programme to reduce smoking prior to stopping completely.
Under 18 years of age, the relative risks and benefits of pharmacotherapy need to be considered. No randomized controlled trials on the effectiveness of NRT in young smokers have been published until date.
Nicotine Polacrilex USP (equivalent to Nicotine) 4 mg
One gum every 1–2 hours
One gum every 2–4 hours
One gum every 4–8 hours
Step 1 - Chew the gum slowly until there is a nicotine taste.
Step 2 - Once you feel the nicotine taste, keep the gum in between the cheek and your teeth.
Step 3 - Nicotine is released from the gum which gets absorbed through the cheek.
Step 4 - Chew the gum again when the taste fades.
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10 Pieces: 4 mg
Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Pieces of nicotine gum may have enough nicotine to make children and pets sick. Wrap used pieces of gum in paper and throw away in the trash. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a physician right away.
Smokers who wear dentures may experience difficulty in chewing the gum. The chewing gum may stick to, and may in rare cases damage dentures.