Nicatine Gum

Were you looking for information about Nicotine Gum? Nicatine gum is a common misspelling of nicotine gum.
 
Nicotine gum (Nicorette® Gum) is a smoking-cessation medication that is available without a prescription. It works to help you quit smoking by releasing a small amount of nicotine while it is chewed. This helps decrease nicotine withdrawal symptoms and gradually weans you off nicotine. Some of the side effects that have been reported with this product include nausea, hiccups, and heartburn. The drug comes in the form of a gum that is chewed every one to eight hours for 12 weeks.
 
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