Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 6th, 1995
Nicotine is highly concentrated in the cervical mucus of women who use transdermal nicotine patches, according to a study of nine women smokers, ages 28 to 43, who used the nicotine patch and refrained from smoking as part of a smoking cessation program. Researchers studied this patient population because nicotine patches provide more consistent and predictable exposure to nicotine...
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