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

    Your search for Mild Pain associated with Arthritis returned the following treatments.

    Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
    Aleve oral     179 User Reviews
    naproxen sodium oral     94 User Reviews
    Excedrin Migraine oral     66 User Reviews
    Excedrin Extra Strength oral     33 User Reviews
    Excedrin Tension Headache oral     11 User Reviews
    Bayer Back & Body oral     8 User Reviews
    aspirin-acetaminophen-caffeine oral     7 User Reviews
    Back Pain-Off oral     6 User Reviews
    All Day Pain Relief oral     5 User Reviews
    Vanquish oral     4 User Reviews
    Migraine Relief oral     4 User Reviews
    Goody's Extra Strength oral     4 User Reviews
    Back & Body Pain Reliever oral     4 User Reviews
    Headache Relief (ASA-acetaminophn-caffeine) oral     3 User Reviews
    Midol (naproxen) oral     3 User Reviews
    Pain Relief Extra Strength oral     2 User Reviews
    Pain Relief oral     2 User Reviews
    Mediproxen oral     2 User Reviews
    Migraine Formula oral     2 User Reviews
    Migraine Pain Reliever oral     2 User Reviews
    Pamprin Max oral     2 User Reviews
    BC Arthritis oral     2 User Reviews
    Anacin oral     1 User Reviews
    Added Strength Pain Reliever oral     1 User Reviews
    Anacin Maximum Strength oral     1 User Reviews
    acetaminophen-caffeine oral     1 User Reviews
    ASA-acetaminophen-caffeine-buffers oral     1 User Reviews
    BC oral     1 User Reviews
    Bayer Aspirin (with caffeine) oral     1 User Reviews
    Goody's Migraine Relief oral     1 User Reviews
    Flanax (naproxen) oral     1 User Reviews
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    Headache Formula Added Str oral     Be the first to review it
    Added Strength Headache Relief oral     Be the first to review it
    Pain-Off oral     Be the first to review it
    Pain Reliever Plus oral     Be the first to review it
    Super Pain Relief oral     Be the first to review it
    All Day Relief oral     Be the first to review it
    Mg salicylate-acetaminophen-caffeine oral     Be the first to review it
    Wal-Proxen oral     Be the first to review it
    Tension Headache oral     Be the first to review it
    Tension Headache Pain Reliever oral     Be the first to review it
    Tension Headache Relief oral     Be the first to review it
    magnesium salicylate-caffeine oral     Be the first to review it
    Diurex oral     Be the first to review it
    Pain Reliever (acetaminophen-aspirin) oral     Be the first to review it
    Analgesic (aspirin/caffeine) oral     Be the first to review it

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