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

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Campho-Phenique Top     22 User Reviews
lidocaine Top     17 User Reviews
Mercuroclear Top     6 User Reviews
Vagisil Anti-Itch Top     5 User Reviews
ITCH-X Top     4 User Reviews
Neosporin + Pain Relief Top     4 User Reviews
Vagisil Top     3 User Reviews
lidocaine HCl Top     2 User Reviews
pramoxine Top     2 User Reviews
dibucaine Top     2 User Reviews
lidocaine-benzalkonium Top     2 User Reviews
benzocaine Top     1 User Reviews
pramoxine-benzyl alcohol Top     1 User Reviews
benzocaine-resorcinol Top     1 User Reviews
Antibiotic Plus Top     1 User Reviews
tetracaine HCl Top     1 User Reviews
LMX 4 Top     1 User Reviews
dyclonine-benzethonium Top     1 User Reviews
Liquid Bandage Top     1 User Reviews
Antibiotic + Pain Relief Top     1 User Reviews
First Aid ABX Pain Relief Top     1 User Reviews
Pramegel Anti-Itch Top     1 User Reviews
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