16 Mar 2010
It’s far less harmful for a person to get nicotine from a nicotine replacement product than from cigarettes because tobacco smoke contains many toxic and cancer-causing substances. Long-term use of nicotine replacement products is not known to be associated with any serious harmful effects
See: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Tobacco/cessation for more information.
- Nicotine Information for Consumers
- Nicotine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nicotine (detailed)
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I have been trying to quit smoking on and off for 2 years now, and to help subside my craving for nicotine I started chewing tobacco about 1 year ...
2 answers • 11 Jan 2010
My six year old has hearing problem compared by doctor as ear pressure when you fly.chewing gum fix?
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1 answer • 24 Mar 2010
I stopped smoking on july 2 but never was able to stop taking the gum. I am obviously addicted to the gum. If I didn't take the gum I feel sure ...
1 answer • 15 May 2012
I chewed nicotine gum for 7 days... it left my mouth with large white blisters and burning.. I m 67 years old.. why did the gum do this
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