Nicotine gum side-effects? Ok if pregnant?

You can. Nicotine gum comes in 2 and 4 mg preparations, coated and uncoated. It is designed to help one "kick the habit" of cigarette or chewing tobacco, the physiologic effects of nicotine are many, but none too dramatic, and for that reason one may utilize, in moderation while pregnant. Better than smoking, which has known bad effects(fetal growth retardation), with nicorette (nicotine gum) gum used moderately, thes.

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Are there any side effects to chewing nicotine gum?

A few. the nicotine can cause stomach upset, heartburn and reflux esophagitis, especially in higher doses, and very high doses of nicotine can cause nausea, vomiting and worse, but this rarely, if ever happens with the gum, lozenges or patches. The gum is very thick and hard to chew, and can cause TMJ (jaw) pain, pull out loose fillings and even teeth, so that lozenges are preferred (for me). Read more...

Nicotine gum: are ther eany side effects to chewing it?

There are dangers. With nicotine gum so it should be used carefully as any medication. I found this article for you to read describing side effects and possible dangers of nicotine gum: http://www.Ehow.Com/about_5084926_dangers-nicotine-gum.Html#page=2 good luck. You may want to try hypnosis which has no side effects or possible 2nday addictions involved. Read more...

Are there side effects to taking nicorette (nicotine gum) gum?

Few. Irritation of the lining of the mouth and nausea are possible side effects, but not common. The taste is objectionable to some people. Read more...
Usually minor. Some patients may experience mouth or throat irritation, cough, headache, or indigestion. You may also experience common side effects of nicotine usage, including increased heart rate, dizziness, and difficulty sleeping. Read more...

Nicotine gum, are there any side effects?

A few. the nicotine can cause stomach upset, heartburn and reflux esophagitis, especially in higher doses, and very high doses of nicotine can cause nausea, vomiting and worse, but this rarely, if ever happens with the gum, lozenges or patches. The gum is very thick and hard to chew, and can cause TMJ (jaw) pain, pull out loose fillings and even teeth, so that lozenges are my preferred recommendation. Read more...

What is the side effects of Nicotine Gum? And For how long I can use it? It is better than smoking cigarettes?

Nicotine gum. is better than cigarettes but not by much. If you keep using it you will keep ingesting nicotine. Please consider finding a support group at a local hospital to help you stop smoking completely. Set a target date to stop, chew gum, drink water, to satisfy oral cravings. Please see your doctor for support. You can do it and will be glad that you did. Peace and good health. Read more...
Great stuff. My colleague and I very much want you to stop smoking and eventually stop nicotine altogether. Please use that Gum to stop the actual tobacco if it helps. It is a wonderful hit to give yourself . Read more...

What are some medications or treatments w/o life threatening side effects that can help someone stop smoking? Other than the e-cig and nicotine gum.

Stop smoking. First of all, cigarettes have life threatening side effects! best way is cold turkey. Other natural options including timed decrease ( ie weaning) hypnosis. There are prescription drugs available to help if these natural options dont work. Read more...
Hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy can break tobacco habits. It can make the use of the tobacco product aversive - even disgusting. That can cause social problems if those near you smoke, but it can work without that extreme an effect too. Here's a hint: the breathing pattern of smokers is actually good to continue - without the cigarette. It is good for you and stopping that is part for what makes it feel so bad. Best. Read more...