How Long Does Nicotine Stay in the Blood?

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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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Nicotine stays in the blood stream for 48 hours although it can show up in urine and blood for up to 7 days. It varies depending on how much you smoke.
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In most cases, employers tend to use a urinalysis test to find out the amount (if any) of nicotine you have in you're system. Another test that can be used is a blood test. Blood
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Nicotine will stay in your blood system for three to four days. The length of time will depend on how much nicotine was used, your body size, age and your metabolism ...
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