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    Wellbutrin XL oral     1609 User Reviews
    Vyvanse oral     1321 User Reviews
    Wellbutrin oral     721 User Reviews
    Concerta oral     694 User Reviews
    Adderall XR oral     624 User Reviews
    nortriptyline oral     431 User Reviews
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    Focalin oral     174 User Reviews
    Intuniv ER oral     169 User Reviews
    methylphenidate oral     168 User Reviews
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    Pamelor oral     120 User Reviews
    imipramine oral     100 User Reviews
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    atomoxetine oral     86 User Reviews
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    Dexedrine oral     56 User Reviews
    guanfacine oral     55 User Reviews
    Catapres oral     55 User Reviews
    Tofranil oral     50 User Reviews
    Aplenzin oral     43 User Reviews
    desipramine oral     42 User Reviews
    Ritalin LA oral     38 User Reviews
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    Epitol oral     35 User Reviews
    Methylin oral     33 User Reviews
    methamphetamine oral     32 User Reviews
    Quillivant XR oral     30 User Reviews
    Desoxyn oral     28 User Reviews
    Norpramin oral     22 User Reviews
    Tofranil-PM oral     22 User Reviews
    bupropion HBr oral     21 User Reviews
    Evekeo oral     18 User Reviews
    imipramine pamoate oral     16 User Reviews
    Equetro oral     12 User Reviews
    dexmethylphenidate oral     12 User Reviews
    ProCentra oral     12 User Reviews
    lisdexamfetamine oral     10 User Reviews
    Kapvay oral     10 User Reviews
    methylphenidate transdermal     8 User Reviews
    Zenzedi oral     7 User Reviews
    Metadate ER oral     5 User Reviews
    zinc sulfate oral     2 User Reviews
    Forfivo XL oral     2 User Reviews
    Orazinc oral     1 User Reviews
    zinc sulfate intravenous     1 User Reviews
    Zinc-15 oral     1 User Reviews
    amphetamine sulfate oral     1 User Reviews
    Aptensio XR oral     1 User Reviews
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