According to the psychiatrist I worked with, yes you can still use it. I know I've used patches that had been expired for several years and they still worked. Nicotine doesn't seem to lose its effect. However maybe the gum would be a little hard?
There is no physical reason why not, insofar as there is no danger. The active ingredients degrade very slowly over time, so the worst that can happen is that you receive a slightly lower dosage from the patch.
No patches do not too many are tempted to smoke while wearing a patch and that is in fact dangerous. Chantix does not work either as it is an anti depressant Id recommend one of those E-cigarettes as they are much safer and more effective.
Yes but it may lose its effectiveness the longer it is out of date.
I think so
Nicotine patches come in three different strengths. There are 21 mg. patches, 14 mg. patches, and 7 mg. patches.
That is up to the doctor. Nicotine patches can also be obtained over the counter.
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Yes, nicotine patches such as NicoDerm can become addictive. The patches contain small amounts of nicotine to help combat some symptoms of smoking cessation. However, since nicotine is addictive, the patches themselves can be addictive.
Nicotine patches and smoking sometimes help patients with colitis
It contains nicotine