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doxycycline hyclate Oral     390 User Reviews
doxycycline calcium Oral     163 User Reviews
Doryx Oral     108 User Reviews
Metrogel Top     71 User Reviews
Finacea Top     58 User Reviews
clindamycin phosphate Top     49 User Reviews
tetracycline Oral     45 User Reviews
Vibramycin Oral     30 User Reviews
Adoxa Oral     27 User Reviews
doxycycline monohydrate Oral     26 User Reviews
Monodox Oral     18 User Reviews
PRASCION Top     18 User Reviews
Sumaxin Top     15 User Reviews
Clarifoam EF Top     13 User Reviews
metronidazole Top     12 User Reviews
Evoclin Top     10 User Reviews
PRASCION RA Top     10 User Reviews
Noritate Top     10 User Reviews
Cleocin T Top     9 User Reviews
Avar-E Top     9 User Reviews
sulfacetamide sodium-sulfur Top     8 User Reviews
Clindagel Top     8 User Reviews
PRASCION FC Top     6 User Reviews
azelaic acid Top     6 User Reviews
MetroCream Top     6 User Reviews
Avar-E LS Top     5 User Reviews
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ClindaMax Top     3 User Reviews
Avar Top     3 User Reviews
Sumadan Top     3 User Reviews
Claris Clarifying Wash Top     1 User Reviews
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Sumaxin TS Top     1 User Reviews
Clindacin P Top     1 User Reviews
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Clindacin Pac Top     1 User Reviews
SulfaCleanse 8-4 Top     1 User Reviews
MetroLotion Top     1 User Reviews
Rosadan Top     1 User Reviews
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