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Drug Interactions With the Nicotine Inhaler

If you are using the nicotine inhaler to stop smoking, tell your healthcare provider about any other medications you are taking, including nonprescription products. The nicotine inhaler is unlikely to cause drug interactions; however, quitting smoking can change how your body responds to certain medications, such as diazepam, atenolol, and insulin. You may require extra monitoring or even a dose adjustment.

An Overview of Nicotine Inhaler Interactions

The nicotine inhaler (Nicotrol® Inhaler) is a prescription medication approved to help people stop smoking (this is called smoking cessation). This drug is not likely to interact with most other medications. However, the doses of some of your other medications may need to be changed when you quit smoking.
 
Some of the drugs that may interact with the nicotine inhaler or be affected by smoking cessation include:
 
 
 
 
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