Nicoderm Clear, Step 3 Patches (7 mg/day) can help you quit smoking once and for all. The nicotine patch most recommended by doctors and pharmacists, Nicoderm is clinically proven to be safe when used as directed, effective, and it can double your chances of quitting successfully.
For those who are close to cessation, Nicoderm Clear, Step 3 Patches should be used during weeks 9 and 10 of a 10-week smoking cessation program. This pack contains 7 patches, a one-week supply.
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Each Nicoderm STEP 3 (7 mg/day) patch contains 36 mg nicotine. Each patch releases a controlled 0.5 mg/hr over 24 hours with systemic delivery of 7 mg/day.
Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, polyisobutylene and high-density polyethylene between Clearpolyester backings.
Nicoderm STEP 3 (7 mg/day) is a medicine that can help you stop smoking by reducing withdrawal symptoms and nicotine cravings. To increase your chances of quitting, use with a stop smoking support program as identified in the enclosed User Guide. ADULT DOSAGE: Important: Before using Nicoderm, carefully read enclosed User Guide for complete instructions.
Apply one patch every 24 hours to a non-hairy, clean, dry area of your front or back above the waist or the upper outer area of your arm. It is important to complete treatment. If you feel you need to use Nicoderm Patch for a longer period to keep from smoking, talk to your healthcare provider. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions concerning Nicoderm.
Do not use if pouch is open.
Keep out of reach of children. DO NOT USE IF YOU: are under 18 years of age; are an occasional or non-smoker; are pregnant or nursing; have generalized skin disorders
ASK YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE USE IF YOU: have/have had heart, thyroid, circulation or stomach problems, stroke or high blood pressure; take insulin or any prescription medications.
Known Adverse Events: Nicoderm patches can cause minor skin irritation, headache, light-headedness, insomnia, stomach upset and vivid dreams.