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Considering taking medication to treat Smoking Cessation? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Smoking Cessation. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Nicoderm CQ transdermal     50 User Reviews
nicotine transdermal     4 User Reviews
Nicorette buccal     10 User Reviews
nicotine (polacrilex) buccal     10 User Reviews
NTS Step 1 transdermal     1 User Reviews
Nicorelief buccal     Be the first to review it
Stop Smoking Aid buccal     1 User Reviews
Quit 2 buccal     Be the first to review it
Quit 4 buccal     Be the first to review it
Pamelor oral     118 User Reviews
Catapres oral     49 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-3 transdermal     8 User Reviews
clonidine transdermal     19 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-2 transdermal     16 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-1 transdermal     12 User Reviews
nortriptyline oral     398 User Reviews
clonidine HCl oral     400 User Reviews
bupropion HCl oral     325 User Reviews
Wellbutrin oral     702 User Reviews
Wellbutrin SR oral     268 User Reviews
Wellbutrin XL oral     1565 User Reviews
bupropion HBr oral     20 User Reviews
Aplenzin oral     41 User Reviews
Kapvay oral     10 User Reviews
Forfivo XL oral     2 User Reviews
Zyban oral     40 User Reviews
Nicotrol inhalation     12 User Reviews
nicotine inhalation     4 User Reviews
nicotine nasal     Be the first to review it
Nicotrol NS nasal     4 User Reviews
Buproban oral     15 User Reviews
varenicline oral     42 User Reviews
Chantix oral     1027 User Reviews
Chantix Continuing Month Pak oral     314 User Reviews
Chantix Starting Month Pak oral     14 User Reviews
Chantix Starting Month Box oral     15 User Reviews
Chantix Continuing Month Box oral     15 User Reviews

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