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Nicorette Invisi-patch - Step 2 - 15mg (Pack of 7)
- For those who smoke fewer than 10 a day
- To prevent cravings throughout the day and help you stop smoking
- Nicorette Invisi 15 mg Patch contains Nicotine. Stop smoking Aid. Requires willpower
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The Nicorette Invisipatch is a discreet, easy to use, once a day solution to help you deal with the cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with quitting smoking.
The semi-transparent Nicorette Invisipatch helps you to quit by delivering a continuous, controlled dose of nicotine into your body to help relieve cravings and withdrawal symptoms.
The nicotine is released through your skin over 16 hours. It is absorbed quite slowly compared to smoking a cigarette so you should be prepared to wait a little while longer for the nicotine to get into your system.
Nicorette invisi patch is a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). It is used to relieve withdrawal symptoms and reduce the cravings for nicotine that you get when you try to stop smoking.
- Nicorette invisi 25mg patch: Each patch releases 25 milligrams of nicotine,
- Nicorette invisi 15mg patch: Each patch releases 15 milligrams of nicotine,
- Nicorette invisi 10mg patch: Each patch releases 10 milligrams of nicotine,
The Nicorette Invisipatch is available in three strengths (25mg, 15mg & 10mg), so you can start on the highest dose and then gradually reduce your intake.
If you smoke more than 10 cigarettes a day, then the 25mg Patch is a good starting dose for you.
Effects related to stopping smoking
You may experience unwanted effects because by stopping
smoking you have reduced the amount of nicotine you are
taking. You may also experience these effects if you under
use NICORETTE® invisi patch before you are ready to
reduce your nicotine intake.
! These effects include:
- irritability or aggression
- feeling low
- poor concentration
- increased appetite or weight gain
- urges to smoke (craving)
- night time awakening or sleep disturbance
- lowering of heart rate
- dizziness, lightheadedness, blurry vision, nausea
- bleeding gums
- mouth ulcers
- swelling of the nasal passages and back of the throat
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 use Nicorette Patch Choosing where to apply the patch Before applying your Nicorette Patch, choose a completely clean, dry area of hairless skin on the front or side of the chest, upper arm or hip. Avoid placing the patch onto any area of skin that is red, cut or irritated. Do not apply oil or talcum powder to the skin before putting on the patch as this may prevent it from sticking properly. It is important that you do not use the same area on two consecutive days to help avoid irritating that site. How to apply the patch Each Nicorette Patch comes in a child resistant sachet which can be opened by cutting along the edge with a pair of scissors. Remove the patch from its sachet and then remove the clear plastic backing. Apply the patch firmly by pressing the sticky side of the patch to the chosen area of skin. Run your finger around the edge of the patch to ensure it sticks properly. Removing and disposing of the patch The patch should be removed before you go to bed as Nicorette Patch is not designed to be worn when you go to sleep at night or for more than 16 hours each day. After removal, the patch should be folded in half, sticky side inwards and placed inside the opened sachet or a piece of aluminium foil. The patch should then be disposed of carefully in the household rubbish, out of reach of children and animals. When to use the Nicorette Patch Depending on where you are in your treatment programme, the strength of the patch that you are using may differ. However all patches are used and applied in the same way. Children under 12 years Do not give this product to children under 12 years. Adults and children aged 12 years and over Apply one new patch (of appropriate strength) to the skin when you wake up (usually in the morning). Remove 16 hours later which is usually at bed time. Do not use more than one patch at a time. If you lose a patch whilst swimming, bathing or showering you can replace it with another patch. Dispose of the patches carefully after you have removed, ensuring they are out of the reach of children and pets. Children aged 12 years up to 18 years should not use for longer than 12 weeks in total without asking for help and advice from a doctor, nurse or pharmacist. Adults aged 18 years and over should not use for longer than 9 months in total without asking for help and advice from a doctor, nurse or pharmacist
Do not use Nicorette Patch if you have an allergy to nicotine or any of the other ingredients. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist: - if you are pregnant or breast-feeding - you may be able to use nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) to help you give up smoking but you should try to give up without it. - if you are in hospital because of heart disease (including heart attack, disorders of heart rate or rhythm, or stroke). In other heart conditions not requiring you to be in hospital, using NRT is better than continuing to smoke. - if you have liver or kidney disease. - if you have an overactive thyroid gland or have a phaeochromocytoma (a tumour of the adrenal gland that can affect blood pressure) – your doctor will have told you this. - if you have diabetes – monitor your blood sugar levels more often when starting to use Nicorette Patches as you may find your insulin or medication requirements alter. - if you have a skin disorder such as psoriasis, eczema or hives (urticaria) covering a large area of your skin. - if you are taking other medicines such as theophylline, clozapine or ropinirole. Stopping smoking or cutting down may require the dose of these medicines to be adjusted. If any of these applies, talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist. If you are pregnant: ideally, you should try to give up smoking without NRT. If you can’t manage this, you can use NRT as the risks to your baby are far less than smoking, however you should talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist for advice. Products that are used intermittently may be preferable to nicotine patches. However, patches may be more suitable if you have nausea or sickness. If you do use patches take them off before going to bed at night. If you are breast-feeding: ideally, you should try to give up smoking without NRT. If you can’t manage this you are best to use NRT products that are taken intermittently (not patches), however you should talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist for advice. Breast-feed just before you use Nicorette Patch to ensure that the baby gets the smallest amount of nicotine possible. If you do need to use NRT to help you quit, the amount of nicotine that the baby may receive is considerably smaller and less harmful than the second-hand smoke they would inhale if you smoked. Tobacco smoke produces breathing and other problems in babies and children. If you have used more than the recommended dosage of Nicorette Patch, left the patch on for too long or have smoked whilst using Nicorette Patch, you may experience nausea, salivation, pain in your abdomen, diarrhoea, sweating, headache, dizziness, hearing disturbance or weakness. If you do get any of these effects contact a doctor or your nearest hospital Accident and Emergency department immediately. Take the leaflet and the pack with you. Contact a doctor or your nearest hospital Accident and Emergency department immediately if a child under 12 years uses, chews or swallows this medicine. Take this leaflet and the pack with you. Nicotine inhalation or ingestion by a child may result in severe poisoning. Possible side-effects Like all medicines, Nicorette Patch can have side-effects. As many of the effects are due to nicotine, they can also occur when nicotine is obtained by smoking. You may experience unwanted effects because by stopping smoking you have reduced the amount of nicotine you are taking. You may also experience these effects if you under use Nicorette Patch before you are ready to reduce your nicotine intake. These effects include: - irritability or aggression - feeling low - anxiety - restlessness - poor concentration - increased appetite or weight gain - urges to smoke (craving) - night time awakening or sleep disturbance - lowering of heart rate Effects of too much nicotine You may also get these effects if you are not used to inhaling tobacco smoke. These effects include: - feeling faint - feeling sick (nausea) - headache Side-effects of Nicorette Patch When you use the Nicorette Patch for the first time it may cause a mild skin reaction. This is usually redness or itching of the skin where the patch has been. This will usually disappear after a few days. Rarely the reaction may persist or if there is a more severe skin reaction, you should stop using the patches and consult doctor, nurse or pharmacist. Very common side-effects (more than 1 in every 10 people are affected) - itching – this usually disappears within a few days Common side-effects: (less than 1 in every 10 people are affected) - headache - dizziness - stomach discomfort - feeling sick (nausea) - sickness (vomiting) - redness of the skin – this usually disappears within a few days Uncommon side-effects: (less than 1 in every 100 people are affected) - hives (urticaria) - chest palpitations Very rare side-effects: (less than 1 in 10,000 people are affected) - abnormal beating of the heart If you notice these or any other unwanted effects not listed in this leaflet tell your doctor, nurse or pharmacist. When you stop smoking you may also develop mouth ulcers. The reason why this happens is unknown. Keep Nicorette Patch out of the reach and sight of children and animals. Nicotine in high doses can be very dangerous and sometimes fatal if taken by small children. Do not store Nicorette Patch above 30°C. Do not use a Nicorette Patch after the ‘Use before’ date shown on the carton or sachet. Dispose of Nicorette Patch as directed by folding it in half and placing inside the empty sachet (or wrapping in a piece of aluminium foil) before throwing away. Always dispose used Nicorette Patches sensibly, away from the reach of children and animals.
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