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

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    Lexapro oral     4034 User Reviews
    Effexor XR oral     3402 User Reviews
    Celexa oral     2170 User Reviews
    Neurontin oral     2040 User Reviews
    Prozac oral     1662 User Reviews
    gabapentin oral     1647 User Reviews
    citalopram oral     1540 User Reviews
    Pristiq oral     1381 User Reviews
    Paxil CR oral     724 User Reviews
    Paxil oral     703 User Reviews
    venlafaxine oral     422 User Reviews
    clonidine HCl oral     417 User Reviews
    fluoxetine oral     360 User Reviews
    paroxetine oral     287 User Reviews
    Vivelle-Dot transdermal     242 User Reviews
    Prempro oral     221 User Reviews
    estradiol oral     214 User Reviews
    Premarin oral     201 User Reviews
    escitalopram oxalate oral     143 User Reviews
    Activella oral     127 User Reviews
    CombiPatch transdermal     118 User Reviews
    Brisdelle oral     90 User Reviews
    Climara Pro transdermal     69 User Reviews
    Enjuvia oral     68 User Reviews
    Pexeva oral     65 User Reviews
    Catapres oral     56 User Reviews
    Duavee oral     50 User Reviews
    Evamist transdermal     48 User Reviews
    Estrace oral     46 User Reviews
    Angeliq oral     46 User Reviews
    esterified estrogens-methyltestosterone oral     44 User Reviews
    Femring vaginal     44 User Reviews
    Sarafem oral     41 User Reviews
    Minivelle transdermal     40 User Reviews
    Estradiol Transdermal Patch     39 User Reviews
    Divigel transdermal     36 User Reviews
    conjugated estrogens oral     34 User Reviews
    Climara transdermal     29 User Reviews
    Mimvey oral     28 User Reviews
    Femhrt Low Dose oral     22 User Reviews
    estradiol transdermal     20 User Reviews
    clonidine transdermal     19 User Reviews
    estradiol-norethindrone acetate oral     18 User Reviews
    desvenlafaxine succinate oral     17 User Reviews
    Menest oral     17 User Reviews
    Catapres-TTS-2 transdermal     16 User Reviews
    Elestrin transdermal     15 User Reviews
    Jinteli oral     15 User Reviews
    Delestrogen intramuscular     14 User Reviews
    Catapres-TTS-1 transdermal     12 User Reviews
    Alora transdermal     12 User Reviews
    EstroGel transdermal     12 User Reviews
    Kapvay oral     10 User Reviews
    Covaryx oral     9 User Reviews
    Depo-Estradiol intramuscular     9 User Reviews
    Catapres-TTS-3 transdermal     8 User Reviews
    paroxetine mesylate oral     8 User Reviews
    Vivelle transdermal     7 User Reviews
    estropipate oral     7 User Reviews
    EEMT oral     6 User Reviews
    Covaryx H.S. oral     6 User Reviews
    Premphase oral     6 User Reviews
    EEMT HS oral     5 User Reviews
    Khedezla oral     4 User Reviews
    esterified estrogens oral     4 User Reviews
    estradiol valerate intramuscular     4 User Reviews
    estradiol acetate vaginal     4 User Reviews
    Menostar transdermal     3 User Reviews
    Prefest oral     3 User Reviews
    Lopreeza oral     3 User Reviews
    desvenlafaxine oral     2 User Reviews
    estradiol-levonorgestrel transdermal     2 User Reviews
    conj estrogen-medroxyprogesterone oral     1 User Reviews
    norethindrone acetate-ethinyl estradiol oral     1 User Reviews
    estradiol-norgestimate oral     1 User Reviews
    conjugated estrogens-bazedoxifene oral     1 User Reviews
    Mimvey Lo oral     1 User Reviews
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    drospirenone-estradiol oral     Be the first to review it
    synthetic conj estrogens B oral     Be the first to review it
    Jevantique Lo oral     Be the first to review it
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