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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Zoloft Oral     2510 User Reviews
Celexa Oral     2117 User Reviews
Prozac Oral     1619 User Reviews
citalopram Oral     1503 User Reviews
amitriptyline Oral     1042 User Reviews
Wellbutrin Oral     700 User Reviews
Paxil Oral     685 User Reviews
sertraline Oral     445 User Reviews
nortriptyline Oral     405 User Reviews
fluoxetine Oral     347 User Reviews
bupropion HCl Oral     331 User Reviews
Ritalin Oral     288 User Reviews
paroxetine HCl Oral     278 User Reviews
Wellbutrin SR Oral     273 User Reviews
doxepin Oral     213 User Reviews
methylphenidate Oral     164 User Reviews
Pamelor Oral     119 User Reviews
Budeprion SR Oral     117 User Reviews
imipramine HCl Oral     95 User Reviews
Nardil Oral     73 User Reviews
Luvox CR Oral     59 User Reviews
clomipramine Oral     49 User Reviews
Anafranil Oral     49 User Reviews
Tofranil Oral     48 User Reviews
fluvoxamine Oral     43 User Reviews
Sarafem Oral     41 User Reviews
desipramine Oral     41 User Reviews
Prozac Weekly Oral     41 User Reviews
Methylin Oral     33 User Reviews
Tofranil-PM Oral     22 User Reviews
Norpramin Oral     21 User Reviews
imipramine pamoate Oral     16 User Reviews
Vivactil Oral     11 User Reviews
Surmontil Oral     7 User Reviews
maprotiline Oral     6 User Reviews
protriptyline Oral     6 User Reviews
phenelzine Oral     5 User Reviews
amoxapine Oral     2 User Reviews
trimipramine Oral     1 User Reviews

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