- Compressed Lozenge
Nicotine Indications: For relief of withdrawal symptoms in relation with smoking cessation and reduction in smokers motivated to quit smoking.
Warnings and cautions
Do not exceed the stated dose If you are still using the lozenge after 9 months you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist. Warnings and precautions for use Do not use if you: Are allergic (hypersensitivity) to nicotine or any of the other ingredients Are a non-smoker. Consult your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before starting to use lozenges if you: Are under 18 years of age Are pregnant or breast-feeding Have any heart, circulatory or stomach problems (including ulcers) Are under a doctor's care or taking other medication Have an intolerance to some sugars. Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
How to use
You are more likely to quit smoking when using this product with help from your pharmacist, doctor, a trained counsellor, or a support programme. Read the package leaflet carefully before use. Which lozenge do I need? If you smoke more than 30 cigarettes per day use Nicotinell 2 mg lozenge. If you smoke 20-30 cigarettes per day you can use Nicotinell 1 mg or 2 mg lozenge depending on your preference. If you smoke less than 20 cigarettes per day use Nicotinell 1 mg lozenge. For adults over 18 years of age. Instructions for use For oromucosal use. When starting treatment, 1 lozenge may be sucked every 1 to 2 hours. Most people suck 8-12 lozenges a day. The maximum daily dose is 15 lozenges. Do not chew or swallow the lozenge. For information on how to suck the lozenge please read the enclosed leaflet. If you need advice before starting to use nicotine lozenges talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist. Read the leaflet for further information.
Each piece of Lozenge contains 2 mg Nicotine (as Nicotine Bitartrate Dihydrate), Contains: Maltitol (E965), Aspartame (E951), Sodium (9.5 mg per Lozenge