8 Aug 2013
You could, but adding one to the other probably won't add much benefit. If you are concerned that the nicotine dose won't cut it you could try the patch + inhaler combo or patch + gum. The patch will help you on withdrawal and the inhaler or gum will help with the acute cravings.
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