Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020165/004.

Names and composition

"NICODERM CQ" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NICOTINE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020165/004 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
020165/005 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR
020165/006 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019983/001 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 11MG per 24HR
019983/002 PROSTEP NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 22MG per 24HR
019983/003 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 11MG per 24HR
019983/004 PROSTEP NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 22MG per 24HR
020076/001 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 7MG per 24HR
020076/002 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 14MG per 24HR
020076/003 HABITROL NICOTINE Film, Extended Release/ Transdermal 21MG per 24HR
020076/004 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
020076/005 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR
020076/006 HABITROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
020165/004 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
020165/005 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR
020165/006 NICODERM CQ NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
020385/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.5MG per SPRAY
020536/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 15MG per 16HR
020714/001 NICOTROL NICOTINE INHALANT/ORAL 4MG per CARTRIDGE
074612/001 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 21MG per 24HR
074612/002 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 7MG per 24HR
074612/003 NICOTINE NICOTINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 14MG per 24HR

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Answered questions

Cutting Nicoderm CQ patches?
I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about... Asked by Jean Peach 1 year ago.

I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about what's going to happen when I go to work. I have never had a job where I didn't take smoke breaks. Any tips on what to do during 5-minute breaks? (I need them because I stare at a computer screen all day at work and if I don't take little breaks I kinda start to lose it). Any other positive words or advice are totally welcome! Quitters, how did you do it?? Answered by Reginia Vorwald 1 year ago.

I also did Nicoderm after 5 years of smoking and I've been 6 years sober now. It really all depends on how much you smoke a day. I was smoking a little over a pack and a half and the starter dosage was good for me. If you aren't smoking that much, I would step down to the next dose. I really don't THINK that cutting the patch would be bad. You may want to call the company and ask them though. It worked extremely well for me. I tried to smoke 2 times while on the patch and I got really sick, so I don't suggest it. I carred toothpicks with me, got fake cigarettes, chewed lots of gum, anything to keep your hands busy. I have smoked 2 cigarettes since I quit and i threw up. Smoke disgusts me now. It's weird. Anyway, just stick to the patch and don't take your break where you used to. Go to a different area and call someone or play with rubber bands and chew on toothpicks. just keep your hands busy. good luck! Answered by Tamatha Rapkowicz 1 year ago.

I am on the patchnow. I went to a smokers group and they said it is not good to cut the patches. There are differant miligrams of nicotine. it sounds liek you need to take the next step down. Some people can't handle the patch either so if the lower dosage makes you feel sick too try the gum. I read a book at my desk. I don't even go outside because I know I will smoke. good luck! Answered by Krystal Moscoffian 1 year ago.


Nicoderm CQ Facts?
I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances... Asked by Rebekah Mera 1 year ago.

I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances of quitting. And, some other questions. Has anyone used it and it actually worked? How long have you not been smoking? What are some good things to replace your cigerettes with? If anyone has an answer... PLEASE HELP I desperatly want to quit smoking. I work with children and I kinda' have to too. Thanks a bunch! Answered by Sharon Turnquist 1 year ago.

Nicoderm CQ contains nicotine so it has to help. Overlap the patches a few hours for a week, then separate them farther and farther apart. you have to be careful not to get addicted to the patches. Start your experiment when you go on an ocean cruise and it will all be easier. The distractions are so numerous it helps. Answered by Al Zeisler 1 year ago.

I was on another brand of the patch once (which was supposed to have *cleared* the nicotine out of my system instead of supplementing it). It recommended that you smoke while using the patch for the first few days (i.e. no more than the first 5 days). I found no change during that period, but after being just on the patch itself, I had a bit of success. But just 2 weeks after I had finished using the patch, I went back to smoking again. It may take time... There are several different ways to keep yourself occupied. Chew a lot of gum, or use something to keep your mouth occupied (i.e. a straw). The cravings may come every now and then, but as long as you're keeping yourself occupied in some way, they will go away quickly. Hope you have much better success than I had. Good luck! Answered by Luella Gallina 1 year ago.

familiar changes have ended in withdrawal syndrome.take it undemanding and cut back the dosage to 7 mg yet shop company and shop on with it.have will potential and don't succumb to impulses.you will surely conquer the weak point.good success Answered by Yvone Bozzo 1 year ago.


Does nicoderm cq really work?
Is there any thing else on top of using it that would help? Asked by Abe Pappenheim 1 year ago.

Hello Froggy, (: Froggy, listen up. You don''t need that Nicoderm junk. It cost way to much money and it doesn't work. You are wasting your money and time. Boo Hum bug on that. Okay Froggy start with not lying to yourself and tell your self the real truth, that's the trick, the truth! just stop and drink a tun of water.Have the guts to be healthy once again. That will work and I challenge you to try it. I did it and you can too. Praying helps as well. Good luck. You can do it Froggy. Have a nice day. Love yourself and love God Sincerely, Jeanie Answered by Noble Tichi 1 year ago.


Nicoderm cq?
so i tried to stop smoking on monday and OMG it is hard. i looked up nicoderm cq on the internet. it is really expensive. does anyone know where the cheapest place to buy it is. Asked by Wilson Hayakawa 1 year ago.

It is extremely difficult to quit smoking. All nicotine replacements are only effective in the short term, Try just stopping, hide yourself away somewhere and give yourself a reward (like candy or something you really like) for every day that you haven't smoked. Relapse is possible but keep trying. Good Luck. Answered by Marcene Matarese 1 year ago.

The last 3 places I have worked has a "smoking Cessation " program to help their employees, stop smoking. There are hotline that you can call too that give out patches, but you have to go through phone counseling 1x a wk. you go girl I need to quit too. Answered by Maryrose Bonjorno 1 year ago.

It is expensive everywhere. I quit in aug on my own and have not smoked since. Drink lots of water. And buy lollipops every time you want a ciggerete grab a lollipop. Hope this helps. Answered by Sheilah Liano 1 year ago.

I was about to list these same items for my dad on ebay. He has 9 extra boxes of them. He got them from the V.A. He quit cold turkey didn't even open the boxes. Will sell them to you cheap. For less than half the walmart list price. Asking $20.00 a box. email him at mikeleach61@msn.com Answered by Nathaniel Hamersly 1 year ago.


Does NicoDerm CQ really work?
what are the side effects, I've herd that people get really bad nightmares if they forget to take the patch off. Also, what about Hypno - how much does it cost and how many times do ya need to go under to be cured of cravings? Asked by Jennine Withington 1 year ago.

Hypno will only work if you believe in it. I do not so it failed for me. The Nicoderm patches absolutly work! I was a 1 pack + / day smoker when I started them and I haven't had a single puff since (Over four years now). It is also true that if you don't take it off about 1 hour before bed, you will have some crazy dreams/nightmares. DO NOT smoke while you are using them either!! Good Luck!!! Answered by Debbie Wuertz 1 year ago.


How long are Nicoderm CQ Patches good past their expiration date?
Please answer the question. I am not trying to quit smoking, I do not currently smoke. However, I do need to know if the Nicoderm CQ patches are any good after they expire. Asked by Eric Kolm 1 year ago.

Nicoderm and all that other stuff is only good for the one who sells it! Try to make up your mind and have a strong will and you can stop without making somebody else rich! Those things are more expensive than cigarettes and not healthy either.Just believe in yourself ! Faith can move mountains ! Good luck Answered by Ayako Rivenburg 1 year ago.


What kind of side effects did Nicoderm CQ give you?
Im asking because Ive been using it for bout 3 weeks now and for 4 days now Ive had what felt like a backache. Sometimes my whole upper body feels sore (chest/stomach) area. Anyone ever have any side effects like this from using nicoderm cq? Asked by Candyce Brakke 1 year ago.

Itching and rash and reddness where patch is, stays that way for days after removing, starts as soon as I put it on Answered by Dessie Kontogiannis 1 year ago.


Expired NicoDerm CQ?
I come here for free no brainer answers, from some smart, could of been, Drs., pharmacists... Asked by Leena Lezama 1 year ago.

I work in a hospital Pharmacy and yes we are trained to say no but most drugs can be used for 6 months to 1 year after the date. Answered by Orpha Rood 1 year ago.

it truly is vitally puzzling to provide up smoking. All nicotine replacements are in effortless words effective interior the couple of minutes period, try in simple terms preventing, cover your self away someplace and provides your self a advantages (like sweet or something you truly like) for each day that you've not smoked. Relapse is feasible yet save attempting. good success. Answered by Whitney Moayyad 1 year ago.

contact the manufacturer your doctor and pharmacist are obligated to say NO. Answered by Taisha Gawthorp 1 year ago.

I would. It will save you the price of buying more. Answered by Norris Fredline 1 year ago.


Cutting Nicoderm CQ patches?
I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about... Asked by Ellis Dunston 1 year ago.

I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about what's going to happen when I go to work. I have never had a job where I didn't take smoke breaks. Any tips on what to do during 5-minute breaks? (I need them because I stare at a computer screen all day at work and if I don't take little breaks I kinda start to lose it). Any other positive words or advice are totally welcome! Quitters, how did you do it?? Answered by Madge Stace 1 year ago.

I also did Nicoderm after 5 years of smoking and I've been 6 years sober now. It really all depends on how much you smoke a day. I was smoking a little over a pack and a half and the starter dosage was good for me. If you aren't smoking that much, I would step down to the next dose. I really don't THINK that cutting the patch would be bad. You may want to call the company and ask them though. It worked extremely well for me. I tried to smoke 2 times while on the patch and I got really sick, so I don't suggest it. I carred toothpicks with me, got fake cigarettes, chewed lots of gum, anything to keep your hands busy. I have smoked 2 cigarettes since I quit and i threw up. Smoke disgusts me now. It's weird. Anyway, just stick to the patch and don't take your break where you used to. Go to a different area and call someone or play with rubber bands and chew on toothpicks. just keep your hands busy. good luck! Answered by Brianne Dobrzykowski 1 year ago.

I am on the patchnow. I went to a smokers group and they said it is not good to cut the patches. There are differant miligrams of nicotine. it sounds liek you need to take the next step down. Some people can't handle the patch either so if the lower dosage makes you feel sick too try the gum. I read a book at my desk. I don't even go outside because I know I will smoke. good luck! Answered by Sook Riggleman 1 year ago.


Nicoderm CQ Facts?
I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances... Asked by Wilburn Leflar 1 year ago.

I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances of quitting. And, some other questions. Has anyone used it and it actually worked? How long have you not been smoking? What are some good things to replace your cigerettes with? If anyone has an answer... PLEASE HELP I desperatly want to quit smoking. I work with children and I kinda' have to too. Thanks a bunch! Answered by Keenan Kaspar 1 year ago.

Nicoderm CQ contains nicotine so it has to help. Overlap the patches a few hours for a week, then separate them farther and farther apart. you have to be careful not to get addicted to the patches. Start your experiment when you go on an ocean cruise and it will all be easier. The distractions are so numerous it helps. Answered by Kristan Hiler 1 year ago.

I was on another brand of the patch once (which was supposed to have *cleared* the nicotine out of my system instead of supplementing it). It recommended that you smoke while using the patch for the first few days (i.e. no more than the first 5 days). I found no change during that period, but after being just on the patch itself, I had a bit of success. But just 2 weeks after I had finished using the patch, I went back to smoking again. It may take time... There are several different ways to keep yourself occupied. Chew a lot of gum, or use something to keep your mouth occupied (i.e. a straw). The cravings may come every now and then, but as long as you're keeping yourself occupied in some way, they will go away quickly. Hope you have much better success than I had. Good luck! Answered by Janay Santoro 1 year ago.

familiar changes have ended in withdrawal syndrome.take it undemanding and cut back the dosage to 7 mg yet shop company and shop on with it.have will potential and don't succumb to impulses.you will surely conquer the weak point.good success Answered by Lucie Grajeda 1 year ago.


Does nicoderm cq really work?
Is there any thing else on top of using it that would help? Asked by Odilia Pecina 1 year ago.

Hello Froggy, (: Froggy, listen up. You don''t need that Nicoderm junk. It cost way to much money and it doesn't work. You are wasting your money and time. Boo Hum bug on that. Okay Froggy start with not lying to yourself and tell your self the real truth, that's the trick, the truth! just stop and drink a tun of water.Have the guts to be healthy once again. That will work and I challenge you to try it. I did it and you can too. Praying helps as well. Good luck. You can do it Froggy. Have a nice day. Love yourself and love God Sincerely, Jeanie Answered by Norberto Bernabei 1 year ago.


Nicoderm cq?
so i tried to stop smoking on monday and OMG it is hard. i looked up nicoderm cq on the internet. it is really expensive. does anyone know where the cheapest place to buy it is. Asked by Billy Whitaker 1 year ago.

It is extremely difficult to quit smoking. All nicotine replacements are only effective in the short term, Try just stopping, hide yourself away somewhere and give yourself a reward (like candy or something you really like) for every day that you haven't smoked. Relapse is possible but keep trying. Good Luck. Answered by Porter Schellenberge 1 year ago.

The last 3 places I have worked has a "smoking Cessation " program to help their employees, stop smoking. There are hotline that you can call too that give out patches, but you have to go through phone counseling 1x a wk. you go girl I need to quit too. Answered by Elna Osbourn 1 year ago.

It is expensive everywhere. I quit in aug on my own and have not smoked since. Drink lots of water. And buy lollipops every time you want a ciggerete grab a lollipop. Hope this helps. Answered by Millard Vories 1 year ago.

I was about to list these same items for my dad on ebay. He has 9 extra boxes of them. He got them from the V.A. He quit cold turkey didn't even open the boxes. Will sell them to you cheap. For less than half the walmart list price. Asking $20.00 a box. email him at mikeleach61@msn.com Answered by Blythe Kanis 1 year ago.


Does NicoDerm CQ really work?
what are the side effects, I've herd that people get really bad nightmares if they forget to take the patch off. Also, what about Hypno - how much does it cost and how many times do ya need to go under to be cured of cravings? Asked by Nam Wueste 1 year ago.

Hypno will only work if you believe in it. I do not so it failed for me. The Nicoderm patches absolutly work! I was a 1 pack + / day smoker when I started them and I haven't had a single puff since (Over four years now). It is also true that if you don't take it off about 1 hour before bed, you will have some crazy dreams/nightmares. DO NOT smoke while you are using them either!! Good Luck!!! Answered by Carrol Heefner 1 year ago.


How long are Nicoderm CQ Patches good past their expiration date?
Please answer the question. I am not trying to quit smoking, I do not currently smoke. However, I do need to know if the Nicoderm CQ patches are any good after they expire. Asked by Leota Pellot 1 year ago.

Nicoderm and all that other stuff is only good for the one who sells it! Try to make up your mind and have a strong will and you can stop without making somebody else rich! Those things are more expensive than cigarettes and not healthy either.Just believe in yourself ! Faith can move mountains ! Good luck Answered by Regine Weightman 1 year ago.


What kind of side effects did Nicoderm CQ give you?
Im asking because Ive been using it for bout 3 weeks now and for 4 days now Ive had what felt like a backache. Sometimes my whole upper body feels sore (chest/stomach) area. Anyone ever have any side effects like this from using nicoderm cq? Asked by Kay Conlogue 1 year ago.

Itching and rash and reddness where patch is, stays that way for days after removing, starts as soon as I put it on Answered by Lyle Hugo 1 year ago.


Expired NicoDerm CQ?
I come here for free no brainer answers, from some smart, could of been, Drs., pharmacists... Asked by Cassie Knuckles 1 year ago.

I work in a hospital Pharmacy and yes we are trained to say no but most drugs can be used for 6 months to 1 year after the date. Answered by Malinda Kifer 1 year ago.

it truly is vitally puzzling to provide up smoking. All nicotine replacements are in effortless words effective interior the couple of minutes period, try in simple terms preventing, cover your self away someplace and provides your self a advantages (like sweet or something you truly like) for each day that you've not smoked. Relapse is feasible yet save attempting. good success. Answered by Katerine Casarez 1 year ago.

contact the manufacturer your doctor and pharmacist are obligated to say NO. Answered by Lynsey Dramis 1 year ago.

I would. It will save you the price of buying more. Answered by Clelia Goda 1 year ago.


Cutting Nicoderm CQ patches?
I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about... Asked by Digna Burreson 1 year ago.

I'm trying to quit smoking after 3.5 years. Yesterday I put on my first patch (21mg) and after a few hours felt like I was going to vomit/faint so I took it off for the night and this morning I cut about 1/3 of the patch off and put the 2/3 piece on. Is this safe/effective? Also: I'm scared about what's going to happen when I go to work. I have never had a job where I didn't take smoke breaks. Any tips on what to do during 5-minute breaks? (I need them because I stare at a computer screen all day at work and if I don't take little breaks I kinda start to lose it). Any other positive words or advice are totally welcome! Quitters, how did you do it?? Answered by Stephanie Connelly 1 year ago.

I also did Nicoderm after 5 years of smoking and I've been 6 years sober now. It really all depends on how much you smoke a day. I was smoking a little over a pack and a half and the starter dosage was good for me. If you aren't smoking that much, I would step down to the next dose. I really don't THINK that cutting the patch would be bad. You may want to call the company and ask them though. It worked extremely well for me. I tried to smoke 2 times while on the patch and I got really sick, so I don't suggest it. I carred toothpicks with me, got fake cigarettes, chewed lots of gum, anything to keep your hands busy. I have smoked 2 cigarettes since I quit and i threw up. Smoke disgusts me now. It's weird. Anyway, just stick to the patch and don't take your break where you used to. Go to a different area and call someone or play with rubber bands and chew on toothpicks. just keep your hands busy. good luck! Answered by Waltraud Warnes 1 year ago.

I am on the patchnow. I went to a smokers group and they said it is not good to cut the patches. There are differant miligrams of nicotine. it sounds liek you need to take the next step down. Some people can't handle the patch either so if the lower dosage makes you feel sick too try the gum. I read a book at my desk. I don't even go outside because I know I will smoke. good luck! Answered by Lianne Lesnick 1 year ago.


Nicoderm CQ Facts?
I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances... Asked by Kanisha Lenon 1 year ago.

I started the Nicoderm CQ patch today and... I've smoked 3 cigerettes. Less than usually but I'm still craving... BADLY! I've heard it's good, and I've heard it's bad to smoke with the patch. Does anyone know FOR SURE which is correct? I've heard if you do smoke it increases your chances of quitting. And, some other questions. Has anyone used it and it actually worked? How long have you not been smoking? What are some good things to replace your cigerettes with? If anyone has an answer... PLEASE HELP I desperatly want to quit smoking. I work with children and I kinda' have to too. Thanks a bunch! Answered by Lottie Morvillo 1 year ago.

Nicoderm CQ contains nicotine so it has to help. Overlap the patches a few hours for a week, then separate them farther and farther apart. you have to be careful not to get addicted to the patches. Start your experiment when you go on an ocean cruise and it will all be easier. The distractions are so numerous it helps. Answered by Olimpia Dragich 1 year ago.

I was on another brand of the patch once (which was supposed to have *cleared* the nicotine out of my system instead of supplementing it). It recommended that you smoke while using the patch for the first few days (i.e. no more than the first 5 days). I found no change during that period, but after being just on the patch itself, I had a bit of success. But just 2 weeks after I had finished using the patch, I went back to smoking again. It may take time... There are several different ways to keep yourself occupied. Chew a lot of gum, or use something to keep your mouth occupied (i.e. a straw). The cravings may come every now and then, but as long as you're keeping yourself occupied in some way, they will go away quickly. Hope you have much better success than I had. Good luck! Answered by Larue Rauner 1 year ago.

familiar changes have ended in withdrawal syndrome.take it undemanding and cut back the dosage to 7 mg yet shop company and shop on with it.have will potential and don't succumb to impulses.you will surely conquer the weak point.good success Answered by Elvira Goodland 1 year ago.


Does nicoderm cq really work?
Is there any thing else on top of using it that would help? Asked by Colene Louato 1 year ago.

Hello Froggy, (: Froggy, listen up. You don''t need that Nicoderm junk. It cost way to much money and it doesn't work. You are wasting your money and time. Boo Hum bug on that. Okay Froggy start with not lying to yourself and tell your self the real truth, that's the trick, the truth! just stop and drink a tun of water.Have the guts to be healthy once again. That will work and I challenge you to try it. I did it and you can too. Praying helps as well. Good luck. You can do it Froggy. Have a nice day. Love yourself and love God Sincerely, Jeanie Answered by Marina Oge 1 year ago.


Nicoderm cq?
so i tried to stop smoking on monday and OMG it is hard. i looked up nicoderm cq on the internet. it is really expensive. does anyone know where the cheapest place to buy it is. Asked by Milly Nitsche 1 year ago.

It is extremely difficult to quit smoking. All nicotine replacements are only effective in the short term, Try just stopping, hide yourself away somewhere and give yourself a reward (like candy or something you really like) for every day that you haven't smoked. Relapse is possible but keep trying. Good Luck. Answered by Nan Laureles 1 year ago.

The last 3 places I have worked has a "smoking Cessation " program to help their employees, stop smoking. There are hotline that you can call too that give out patches, but you have to go through phone counseling 1x a wk. you go girl I need to quit too. Answered by Consuela Birak 1 year ago.

It is expensive everywhere. I quit in aug on my own and have not smoked since. Drink lots of water. And buy lollipops every time you want a ciggerete grab a lollipop. Hope this helps. Answered by Gertrudis Gatewood 1 year ago.

I was about to list these same items for my dad on ebay. He has 9 extra boxes of them. He got them from the V.A. He quit cold turkey didn't even open the boxes. Will sell them to you cheap. For less than half the walmart list price. Asking $20.00 a box. email him at mikeleach61@msn.com Answered by Tonisha Trombetta 1 year ago.


Does NicoDerm CQ really work?
what are the side effects, I've herd that people get really bad nightmares if they forget to take the patch off. Also, what about Hypno - how much does it cost and how many times do ya need to go under to be cured of cravings? Asked by Drew Knighter 1 year ago.

Hypno will only work if you believe in it. I do not so it failed for me. The Nicoderm patches absolutly work! I was a 1 pack + / day smoker when I started them and I haven't had a single puff since (Over four years now). It is also true that if you don't take it off about 1 hour before bed, you will have some crazy dreams/nightmares. DO NOT smoke while you are using them either!! Good Luck!!! Answered by Taneka Cottillion 1 year ago.


How long are Nicoderm CQ Patches good past their expiration date?
Please answer the question. I am not trying to quit smoking, I do not currently smoke. However, I do need to know if the Nicoderm CQ patches are any good after they expire. Asked by Roberto Medellin 1 year ago.

Nicoderm and all that other stuff is only good for the one who sells it! Try to make up your mind and have a strong will and you can stop without making somebody else rich! Those things are more expensive than cigarettes and not healthy either.Just believe in yourself ! Faith can move mountains ! Good luck Answered by Sheree Wambach 1 year ago.


What kind of side effects did Nicoderm CQ give you?
Im asking because Ive been using it for bout 3 weeks now and for 4 days now Ive had what felt like a backache. Sometimes my whole upper body feels sore (chest/stomach) area. Anyone ever have any side effects like this from using nicoderm cq? Asked by Renaldo Kotler 1 year ago.

Itching and rash and reddness where patch is, stays that way for days after removing, starts as soon as I put it on Answered by Cythia Sais 1 year ago.


Expired NicoDerm CQ?
I come here for free no brainer answers, from some smart, could of been, Drs., pharmacists... Asked by Hipolito Lobel 1 year ago.

I work in a hospital Pharmacy and yes we are trained to say no but most drugs can be used for 6 months to 1 year after the date. Answered by Farah Osiecki 1 year ago.

it truly is vitally puzzling to provide up smoking. All nicotine replacements are in effortless words effective interior the couple of minutes period, try in simple terms preventing, cover your self away someplace and provides your self a advantages (like sweet or something you truly like) for each day that you've not smoked. Relapse is feasible yet save attempting. good success. Answered by Hai Alpis 1 year ago.

contact the manufacturer your doctor and pharmacist are obligated to say NO. Answered by Lauralee Volmar 1 year ago.

I would. It will save you the price of buying more. Answered by Genevive Muzzillo 1 year ago.


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