How Long Does Nicotine Stay in the Blood?


Nicotine is estimated to have a half life of two hours in the blood. However, smoking represents a multiple dosing with considerable accumulation. Therefore, the nicotine in blood would persist at significant levels for six to eight hours after smoking has stopped.
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As with other drugs, when a person smokes cigarettes, nicotine begins to build up in the body and, over time, the smoker will begin craving it. When you become used to nicotine and
nicotine Nicotine can stay in your blood system for 27-79 days after quiting. It can be found in breast milk during this time. It is suggested that if you smoke while breastfeeding,
If you are having an operation they tell you to give up smoking 4 weeks before hand if that helps.
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