FAQs

When you quit smoking or chewing tobacco, certainly you will experience some new and different sensations which you will interpret as breathing problems, which they are not. These are healthy symptoms that your body is successfully adapting to the increased oxygen in your airways beginning to expel the toxins you have accumulated over your smoking years. What’s more, it’s a good indication that your heart is working less to distribute the oxygenated blood and your remedial nicotine patch use is working. Even though the sensations are perfectly normal, you should still share them with your doctor.

When you were consuming tobacco through smoking or chewing, the condition of your living was called Hypoxia, which means your nicotine dependence kept you in a state of low oxygen. Thinking it to be normal, your body adapted to this state. Due to more red blood cells being produced, you heart had to work harder to distribute the blood and your lungs had to work harder to bring in more oxygen. When you quite smoking by applying a nicotine skin patch, your heart and lungs will be more relaxed and enable you to breathe easy.

If you've been smoking for a long period and have quit in between, even for a short period, you would have experienced frequent constipation. However, in reality, this is not constipation but a slight alteration to your bowel movement which causes you to pass stool less frequently or less easily than you did when you were smoking. The probability of this situation occurring  is higher if you had the habit of smoking while on the toilet or just before going in for a bowel movement. In all probability, it is your mind playing tricks with you. We assure you that 2baconil® nicotine patches are safe to use.

quit smoking. 2baconil® is the best nicotine patch for sensitive skin.

2baconil® is the first 24-hour no smoke nicotine transdermal patch therapy in India
 

If you’ve slipped and smoked a cigarette, do not worry. A slip does not mean a fall. We know it is tough to quit smoking so if you do slip once, just ensure that you don’t slip again. There are surely bound to be some weak moments when you are on your journey to quitting smoking. Smoking one cigarette doesn’t mean that your treatment has been affected. Rest assured that applying 2baconil® transdermal nicotine patch is safe and easy.

You should check with your doctor for the exact nicotine patch strength before you begin using 2baconil® patches if you presently have or have earlier had any of the following:

  • Heart attack (myocardial infarction)
  • Irregular heart beat (arrhythmia)
  •  High blood pressure
  • Thyroid problems
  • Stomach problem
  • Treatment of circulation disorder of the brain
  • Heart disease
  • Skin diseases
  • Rashes from adhesive tape or bandages
  • Allergies to drugs
  • Heart pain (angina)
  • Brain Stroke
  • Kidney or liver disease
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Diabetes requiring insulin
  • Blood circulation problems

We assure you that the 2baconil® patch is extremely safe when used as directed and there is very little risk of becoming dependent. With Nicotine Replacement Therapy, blood concentrations of remedial nicotine tend to peak more slowly, and reach much lower levels than when you smoke. While you certainly don’t experience the nicotine “rush,” you also don’t experience the regular painful cravings and the withdrawal symptoms normally associated with quitting smoking. 2baconil® nicotine replacement therapy is the best way to use nicotine patches.

As with any medication, there are precautions you should take. It’s very important to read the package and the small pamphlet that comes with the 2baconil® product. You may also connect with your local pharmacist or physician to know more about 2baconil® nicotine patch mg strength. You can safely keep the nicotine patch on at night.

It is important that you fully complete the full 12-week step down program as directed. The step down treatment period gradually allows you to slowly reduce the amount of remedial nicotine you put into your body, as against stopping suddenly, as this will certainly increase your chances of quitting successfully. The nicotine patch timeline is 12 weeks.

If the 2baconil® patch you’re wearing comes in contact with water, rest assured there will be no harm. You can comfortably bathe, shower, swim or use a hot tub for short periods while wearing the 2baconil® patch. 

Yes, you can safely apply nicotine patch on your stomach and also on your thigh and on your back.

You should remove the nicotine patch and apply a new patch.

No, at one time, you should apply only one nicotine patch on your body.

Your initial dose and duration of remedial nicotine therapy depends on a number of factors such as your body weight, number of cigarettes you smoke in a day, and various other medical conditions. It is important that you speak with your doctor or pharmacist before beginning a nicotine patch therapy. It is also important to continue using this medication on a regular schedule. If at all you miss a dose of this medication, just move ahead and take your next scheduled dose. Under no circumstances should you take a double dose to make up for the missed dose. Before applying the 42mg nicotine patch on your arm, you should consult your doctor. You can also use pre quit smoking patches in the therapy.

In certain rare circumstances, the patch might cause you to experience nausea, vomiting, heartburn, headache and insomnia. But there is nothing to worry about this as these are common side effects and are quite possible during  the first few days of application.

These side effects can also be due to application of the patch on wrong place or applying of higher dose patch. Should the side effects continue, you could either try lowering the dose of remedial nicotine and simultaneously consult your doctor. You should take care not to apply nicotine patch high or nicotine patch over your mouth.

If the patch falls off or you remove it accidentally, you can immediately reapply the patch on the same site of application with just a bit of pressure. If you have clearly followed the directions and the patch still doesn’t stick on your skin, you should tighten the patch with a medical adhesive tape. You should take care not to apply nicotine patch on itchy skin.

Although a combined nicotine de-addiction therapy works for some users, it is always advisable to use other NRT solutions only after getting a go-ahead your doctor. Be warned that even remedial nicotine in high doses can prove to be toxic. Transdermal Nicotine Patches and Nicotine Gum are the most popular Nicotine Replacement Therapies in India.

While this is certainly a rare instance, but if your skin begins to show redness and/or you feel an itching sensation at the very site of patch application, it should normally subside in a few hours. However, If the redness or irritation of the skin continues even after six hours, you should remove the patch and wash the site of application with water and put the patch on another site the next day. If a similar uncomfortable situation arises even then, your should consult your doctor.

If you begin peeling off the 2baconil® Nicotine Patch and it begins irritating your skin and hurting you because of hair being pulled from the hair follicles, you can shave a tiny area of skin and apply the 2baconil® Patch to this hairless site..

You should apply only one 2baconil® nicotine patch to an area on the upper body or outer side of upper arm that is non-hairy, intact, non-irritated, clean, and dry. Applying nicotine patch does not result in weight loss.

After a period of 24 hours, you should remove the old patch, discard it and apply a new patch in its place. It is extremely important to apply the new patch to a new site on the body and avoid any unnecessary contact with the medicated part of the skin where the previous patch was applied. You can buy 2baconil® nicotine patch OTC or over the counter from any chemist.

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Disclaimer : Please note that the therapy schedule is recommended for 12 weeks as a Step-Down Therapy, this may vary from person to person depending on their severity of dependence."

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