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How does nicotine nasal spray interact with other drugs or food?

Nicotine nasal spray can affect other medications that you take on a regular basis. Stopping or starting smoking can also have this effect on medications. Talk to your doctor if you are taking the following medications: acetaminophen, imipramine, beta blockers, oxazepam, labetalol, prazosin, theophylline, pentazocine, insulin, isoproterenol, oxymetazoline, phenylephrine, or products containing caffeine. Do not smoke while using this product. There may be other drugs that interact with nicotine nasal spray. Inform your doctor about any prescription, over-the-counter drugs, or nutritional or herbal supplements you are taking.

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