Buy Nicorette Fresh Fruit

Nicorette Fresh Fruit

(Nicotine polacrilex - non Rx)

Fruit flavoured gum
Johnson & Johnson
Nicorette Fresh Fruit 2mg 105 Fruit flavoured gum
Nicorette Fresh Fruit 4mg 105 Fruit flavoured gum
  • About
  • Warnings
  • Directions

How should Nicorette Fresh Fruit be stored?

Nicorette Fresh Fruit gum should be stored away from sunlight, heat, moisture and at room temperature.

General Drug Information:

When should Nicorette Fresh Fruit not be taken?

Do not use Nicorette Fresh Fruit if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breast feeding.

What precautions should I follow when taking Nicorette Fresh Fruit?

Be aware that dental or problems with the mouth may affect Nicorette Fresh Fruit use. Before using Nicorette Fresh Fruit, tell your doctor if you have: heart disease, an irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure or chest pain; a jaw condition called TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disease; an overactive thyroid; diabetes; pheochromocytoma (tumor of the adrenal gland); liver or kidney disease; a stomach ulcer; or asthma or chronic pulmonary disease.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Nicorette Fresh Fruit?

Be sure not to smoke while using Nicorette Fresh Fruit. As soon as treatment begins, stop smoking as it can be dangerous.

What are the side effects of Nicorette Fresh Fruit?

Serious Nicorette Fresh Fruit Side effects include (Seek Medical Attention): seizures; or chest pain or uneven heartbeats.

Less serious Nicorette Fresh Fruit side effects include: mouth or throat soreness; dry or watering mouth; watering eyes; dizziness; belching or hiccups; stomach upset or nausea; headache; constipation; sneezing and coughing; changes in taste.

Serious allergic reactions to Nicorette Fresh Fruit may include (Seek Medical Attention): swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat; hives; difficulty breathing.

How should I take Nicorette Fresh Fruit?

Follow your doctor's recommendations closely and do not take larger doses than prescribed. Chew the gum like regular chewing gum but stop once you start feeling a tingling sensation or pepper-like taste. Once the feeling or taste occurs, keep the gum between your cheek and gum until the tingling sensation dissipates. After than, resume chewing until the taste or sensation returns again and place it on the other side of your mouth. Do not chew too fast as it may release too much nicotine and cause stomach issues, hiccups, or nausea. After 30 minutes, remove the gum or when the sensation or taste no longer returns. After chewing the gum, do not eat or drink for 15 minutes.