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How long can nicotine be detected in your system/blood?

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suzanne66 26 Jun 2010

Nicotine is a short-acting drug that is eliminated from the body relatively quickly (i.e., within a day or so).
However the byproducts of nicotine can be detected in the blood for up to a month after you stop smoking, depending on usage. This is only of concern if you are in a situation where someone else might want to test you for the presence of nicotine or nicotine byproducts in your system.

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