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

Your search for Suppression of the Gag Reflex returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Lidocaine Viscous mucous membrane     24 User Reviews
Anbesol (benzocaine) Maximum Strength mucous membrane     5 User Reviews
Chloraseptic Throat Spray mucous membrane     3 User Reviews
Benzodent mucous membrane     3 User Reviews
Phenaseptic mucous membrane     2 User Reviews
benzocaine mucous membrane     2 User Reviews
phenol-phenolate sodium mucous membrane     2 User Reviews
Orasep mucous membrane     2 User Reviews
Bucalsep mucous membrane     2 User Reviews
lidocaine mucous membrane     1 User Reviews
phenol mucous membrane     1 User Reviews
Anesthetic Oral Gel mucous membrane     1 User Reviews
Hurricaine Swab Applicator mucous membrane     1 User Reviews
Chloraseptic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Throat Lozenges mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Sore Throat mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Cheracol Throat Spray mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Hurricaine mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Throat Spray mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Cepastat mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Ora Relief mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Oragesic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
dyclonine mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Toothache mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Oral Anesthetic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Mouth Sore mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Oral Analgesic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
benzocaine-zinc chloride-pine-cetypyridium mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
benzocaine-menthol mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Lozenges mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Xylocaine mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Gumsol mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
benzocaine-povidone iodine-phenol mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Dent-O-Kain mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Benz-O-Sthetic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Oral Pain Relief mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
OraMagic Plus mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
LTA Pre-Attached laryngotracheal     Be the first to review it
Chloraseptic Sore Throat mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Anbesol Baby mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Baby Teething Pain Medicine mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Pain Relief Anesthetic mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Vencedor-15 mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Hurricaine One mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Intense Toothache Pain Relief mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Baby Teething Gel mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
menthol-zinc-benzocaine-cetylp mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
G-Bucal-C mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Sore Throat (phenol) mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Sore Throat (benzocaine with menthol) mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
lidocaine laryngotracheal     Be the first to review it
Oral Relief Sore Throat Spray mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Cepacol Sore Throat (benzocaine-menthol) mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
lidocaine-glycerine mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
DNA Medicated Collection mucous membrane     Be the first to review it
Anbesol (benzocaine) mucous membrane     Be the first to review it

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