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Niquitin Clear Patches - Step 2 - 14mg (Pack of 7)
- 24 hour supply of nicotine
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NiQuitin Patches are used to help people stop smoking. They work by replacing some of the nicotine
you get from cigarettes. This type of treatment is called Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT).
The nicotine in cigarettes makes them addictive, but other substances in cigarette smoke, such as tar,
carbon dioxide and other toxins, are more harmful to your health. NRT products like NiQuitin Patches
do not have the health dangers of tobacco.
The nicotine from NRT reduces your cravings for cigarettes and helps you resist the urge to smoke. It also
relieves some of the unpleasant symptoms (like feeling ill or irritable) that smokers have when they try to
give up. The patches provide a steady amount of nicotine to your body, generally at a lower level than
Like all medicines, the nicotine in NRT products can have side-effects. They are similar to those you
might get from the nicotine in cigarettes, and are more likely the more nicotine you take, but not
everybody gets them. At the recommended doses NiQuitin Patches have not been found to cause any
Stopping smoking itself can cause some symptoms such as feeling weak, tired, depressed, irritable,
nervous, restless, anxious, drowsy, dizzy, unable to concentrate, headache, sleep disturbance/ night-time
awakening, cough, flu-like symptoms and changes in mood.
Other side-effects may include
• Severe reactions at the sticking site.
• Very rare: Severe allergic reactions symptoms which include sudden wheeziness or tightness of the
chest, rash and feeling faint.
Stop using the patch and tell a healthcare professional if you get these.
• Increased heart rate.
Remove the patch and reduce the dose if you get this.
• Abnormal dreams, trembling, palpitations (feeling your heart beat).
• Shortness of breath.
• Feeling or being sick, indigestion, stomach pains, diarrhoea or constipation.
• Dry mouth.
• Joint, muscle, chest and limb pains.
• Tiredness and feeling unwell.
• Slight redness and itching, burning and tingling of the skin where a patch has been. This usually
disappears within a day.
• Sensitivity of the skin to sunlight.
• Seizures (fits), stop using this medicine if you experience seizures.
Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can find information leaflets for your medicines by typing them into the search bar at medicines.org, or by contacting us.
How to apply the patches
It is important to choose a clean, dry and hairless area of skin on which to position the patch, to make sure that it sticks properly. Avoid areas where the skin creases (such as over a joint), or where the skin folds when you move. Do not apply to skin which is red, broken or irritated.
- Do not remove the patch from its sealed protective sachet until you are ready to use it.
- Cut open the sachet along the dotted line, taking care not to damage the patch inside. The patch should be applied immediately after opening the sachet.
- Take out the patch carefully. A clear, protective liner covers the sticky side of the patch - the side that will be put on your skin.
- With the sticky side facing you, pull half the liner away from the patch starting at the middle. Hold the patch at the outside edge (touch the sticky side as little as possible), and pull off the other half of the protective liner.
- Immediately apply the sticky side of the patch to your skin. Press the patch firmly onto your skin with the palm of your hand for at least 10 seconds. Make sure it sticks well to the skin, especially round the edges.
- When applying the patch, avoid touching the eyes and nose. When you have finished, always wash your hands with water only. Do not use soap which may increase nicotine absorption.
- Water will not harm the patch if it has been applied properly. You can bathe, swim or shower for short periods while you are wearing the patch.
How to change your patches
- Apply a new patch once a day and at about the same time each day, preferably soon after waking.
- Leave each patch in place for 24 hours (remove at bedtime if you are pregnant).
- Always choose a different area of skin on which to place the new patch.
- Do not reuse the same skin site for at least 7 days.
- When you take off a patch, fold it in half with the sticky side inwards and place it in the sachet from which you have just taken your new patch or in a piece of aluminium foil.
- Throw the sachet containing the used patch away carefully, making sure it is out of the reach of children or pets.
- NiQuitin Patches generally stick well to most people's skin. However, a patch may occasionally come off. If your patch falls off during the day, put on a new patch, making sure you choose a different non-hairy skin site that is clean and dry. Then go on as before.
Do not use NiQuitin Patches:
- if you have ever had an allergic reaction to nicotine or any of the other ingredients (listed in Section 6).
- if you are a non-smoker.
- if you have never been a regular smoker.
- if you are aged under 12. The level of nicotine in NRT is not suitable for children under 12.
- Children are more susceptible to the effects of nicotine, and it could cause severe toxicity, which can be
Take special care with NiQuitin Patches
Get help and advice from a healthcare professional:
- if you are in hospital because you have heart disease, have had a heart attack, severe heart rhythm disturbances or a stroke. Try to stop smoking without NRT unless your doctor has told you to use it. Once
- you are discharged from hospital, you can use NRT as normal.
- if you have diabetes. When you start using NRT, you need to monitor your blood sugar levels more often than usual, because your dose of medication for diabetes may need to be adjusted.
- if you have serious liver or kidney problems, because you may be more likely to get side-effects.
if you have uncontrolled overactive thyroid gland or an adrenal gland tumour (phaeochromocytoma), because nicotine may make your symptoms worse if you have had allergic reactions that involve swelling of the lips, face and throat (angioedema) or itchy skin rash (urticaria), using NRT can sometimes trigger this type of reaction.
- if you have allergic eczema or dermatitis you may get a reaction to the patch.
- if you have stomach or duodenal ulcers or an inflamed oesophagus or gullet (the passage between the mouth and stomach) because nicotine replacement therapy can make your symptoms worse.
- before using if you have ever experienced seizures (fits).
- if you have any concerns about becoming dependent or think you have become dependent on this product.
- If you are taking other medicines
Stopping smoking may alter the effect of other medicines you may be taking. If you have any questions or concerns about this, talk to healthcare professional.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant
Smoking when you are pregnant is harmful to the baby. The risks include poor growth before birth, damage to the baby's lungs, premature birth and stillbirth. Stopping smoking is the best way to improve your health and the health of your baby, and the earlier you stop smoking the better.
The active substance is nicotine. The 21 mg patches contain 114 mg of nicotine and deliver 21 mg over
24 hours. The 14 mg patches contain 78 mg of nicotine and deliver 14 mg over 24 hours. The 7 mg
patches contain 36 mg of nicotine and deliver 7 mg over 24 hours.
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