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Should I let my doctor know I am using nicotine replacement therapy?

You should let your doctor know if you are using nicotine replacement therapy. In some cases, the products can interact with medications you may be taking. Also, only a doctor can prescribe some forms of nicotine replacement therapy, including nasal sprays and inhalers.

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