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

Your search for Nerve Pain after Herpes returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
capsaicin-menthol topical     Be the first to review it
lidocaine topical     18 User Reviews
Qroxin topical     Be the first to review it
Renovo topical     Be the first to review it
Sinelee topical     Be the first to review it
Relyyt topical     Be the first to review it
Captracin topical     Be the first to review it
Solaice topical     Be the first to review it
MaC topical     Be the first to review it
Pain Relief (capsaicin) topical     Be the first to review it
Neuvaxin topical     Be the first to review it
Neurontin oral     2015 User Reviews
gabapentin oral     1562 User Reviews
Lidoderm topical     167 User Reviews
pregabalin oral     94 User Reviews
Lyrica oral     2928 User Reviews
capsaicin-skin cleanser topical     1 User Reviews
Qutenza topical     4 User Reviews
Fanatrex oral     1 User Reviews
gabapentin enacarbil oral     5 User Reviews
Horizant oral     25 User Reviews
Gralise oral     32 User Reviews
Gralise 30-Day Starter Pack oral     11 User Reviews
Ziks Arthritis Pain Relief topical     Be the first to review it
Capzasin-P topical     2 User Reviews
capsaicin-camphor-menthol topical     2 User Reviews
capsaicin topical     82 User Reviews
Zostrix-HP topical     3 User Reviews
Trixaicin topical     6 User Reviews
Zostrix topical     17 User Reviews
Trixaicin HP topical     7 User Reviews
Theragen topical     Be the first to review it
Salonpas-Hot topical     4 User Reviews
Muscle Relief topical     1 User Reviews
Arthritis Pain Relief (capsaicin) topical     1 User Reviews
Capzasin-HP topical     87 User Reviews
capsaicin-methyl salicylate-menthol topical     1 User Reviews
High Potency Capsaicin topical     Be the first to review it
Dendracin topical     16 User Reviews
Capzasin topical     58 User Reviews
capsaicin in castor oil topical     Be the first to review it
Castiva Warming topical     Be the first to review it
Medrox topical     4 User Reviews
Pharmacist Pain Relief topical     Be the first to review it
Ortho-Nesic topical     1 User Reviews
Medi-Derm topical     Be the first to review it
Xoten-C topical     Be the first to review it
Bio-Therm topical     Be the first to review it
Salonpas (capsaicin/menthol) topical     2 User Reviews
Exoten-C topical     Be the first to review it
Capsicum topical     Be the first to review it
Medicated Heat Patch topical     Be the first to review it
Flanax (methylsalicylate-menthol) topical     Be the first to review it
New Terocin topical     1 User Reviews
Ultracin topical     Be the first to review it
Medrox-Rx topical     Be the first to review it
Medrox (without methyl salicylate) topical     Be the first to review it
Transanosil topical     Be the first to review it
Zostrix-HP Foot topical     Be the first to review it
Aflexeryl-MC topical     Be the first to review it
Alivio topical     Be the first to review it

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