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

Your search for Vasomotor Symptoms associated with Menopause returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Lexapro oral     3907 User Reviews
Effexor XR oral     3284 User Reviews
Celexa oral     2062 User Reviews
Neurontin oral     1964 User Reviews
Prozac oral     1575 User Reviews
citalopram oral     1449 User Reviews
gabapentin oral     1448 User Reviews
Pristiq oral     1324 User Reviews
Paxil CR oral     711 User Reviews
Paxil oral     660 User Reviews
clonidine oral     391 User Reviews
venlafaxine oral     375 User Reviews
fluoxetine oral     337 User Reviews
paroxetine HCl oral     268 User Reviews
Vivelle-Dot transdermal     224 User Reviews
Prempro oral     196 User Reviews
estradiol oral     193 User Reviews
Premarin oral     176 User Reviews
Activella oral     119 User Reviews
CombiPatch transdermal     101 User Reviews
escitalopram oxalate oral     99 User Reviews
Enjuvia oral     65 User Reviews
Pexeva oral     61 User Reviews
Climara Pro transdermal     54 User Reviews
Catapres oral     49 User Reviews
Evamist transdermal     47 User Reviews
Estrace oral     43 User Reviews
Sarafem oral     41 User Reviews
Femring vagl     40 User Reviews
Angeliq oral     40 User Reviews
estrogens-methyltestosterone oral     34 User Reviews
conjugated estrogens oral     33 User Reviews
Divigel transdermal     33 User Reviews
Cenestin oral     27 User Reviews
Climara transdermal     26 User Reviews
Estradiol Transdermal Patch     26 User Reviews
Minivelle transdermal     22 User Reviews
Femhrt Low Dose oral     20 User Reviews
Mimvey oral     20 User Reviews
clonidine transdermal     19 User Reviews
estradiol transdermal     16 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-2 transdermal     16 User Reviews
Menest oral     16 User Reviews
desvenlafaxine succinate oral     14 User Reviews
estradiol-norethindrone acetate oral     13 User Reviews
Elestrin transdermal     13 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-1 transdermal     12 User Reviews
Delestrogen IM     12 User Reviews
Kapvay oral     10 User Reviews
Jinteli oral     10 User Reviews
Alora transdermal     9 User Reviews
Brisdelle oral     9 User Reviews
Catapres-TTS-3 transdermal     8 User Reviews
Depo-Estradiol IM     8 User Reviews
EstroGel transdermal     8 User Reviews
Covaryx oral     7 User Reviews
Vivelle transdermal     7 User Reviews
paroxetine mesylate oral     6 User Reviews
Premphase oral     6 User Reviews
EEMT HS oral     5 User Reviews
estropipate oral     5 User Reviews
EEMT oral     4 User Reviews
esterified estrogens oral     4 User Reviews
estradiol acetate vagl     4 User Reviews
Estrasorb transdermal     4 User Reviews
Menostar transdermal     3 User Reviews
Covaryx H.S. oral     3 User Reviews
estradiol valerate IM     3 User Reviews
Prefest oral     3 User Reviews
Ogen 2.5 oral     2 User Reviews
estradiol-levonorgestrel transdermal     2 User Reviews
Fanatrex oral     1 User Reviews
desvenlafaxine oral     1 User Reviews
norethindrone ac-eth estradiol oral     1 User Reviews
Khedezla oral     Be the first to review it
desvenlafaxine fumarate oral     Be the first to review it
conj estrog-medroxyprogest ace oral     Be the first to review it
estradiol-norethindrone transdermal     Be the first to review it
synthetic conj estrogens A oral     Be the first to review it
estradiol-norgestimate oral     Be the first to review it
drospirenone-estradiol oral     Be the first to review it
synthetic conj estrogens B oral     Be the first to review it
conjugated estrogens-bazedoxifene oral     Be the first to review it
Duavee oral     Be the first to review it

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