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diclofenac oral     513 User Reviews
indomethacin oral     272 User Reviews
allopurinol oral     261 User Reviews
ibuprofen oral     256 User Reviews
etodolac oral     239 User Reviews
nabumetone oral     234 User Reviews
Arthrotec 75 oral     183 User Reviews
Aleve oral     176 User Reviews
colchicine oral     140 User Reviews
piroxicam oral     109 User Reviews
Arthrotec 50 oral     97 User Reviews
Uloric oral     93 User Reviews
naproxen sodium oral     85 User Reviews
diclofenac potassium oral     80 User Reviews
Indocin oral     76 User Reviews
Colcrys oral     75 User Reviews
sulindac oral     65 User Reviews
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Daypro oral     59 User Reviews
Ponstel oral     58 User Reviews
Zipsor oral     56 User Reviews
oxaprozin oral     53 User Reviews
Feldene oral     51 User Reviews
Voltaren-XR oral     39 User Reviews
ketoprofen oral     26 User Reviews
Advil oral     25 User Reviews
diflunisal oral     22 User Reviews
diclofenac-misoprostol oral     20 User Reviews
Advil Migraine oral     20 User Reviews
Duexis oral     20 User Reviews
Nalfon oral     16 User Reviews
Zyloprim oral     15 User Reviews
celecoxib oral     14 User Reviews
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Zorvolex oral     14 User Reviews
Motrin IB oral     12 User Reviews
mefenamic acid oral     12 User Reviews
flurbiprofen oral     10 User Reviews
meclofenamate oral     8 User Reviews
Anaprox DS oral     7 User Reviews
Naprelan CR oral     7 User Reviews
All Day Pain Relief oral     5 User Reviews
febuxostat oral     5 User Reviews
tolmetin oral     4 User Reviews
Children's Motrin oral     4 User Reviews
Anaprox oral     4 User Reviews
Ibuprofen IB oral     3 User Reviews
fenoprofen oral     2 User Reviews
Mediproxen oral     2 User Reviews
Wal-Profen oral     2 User Reviews
ibuprofen intravenous     2 User Reviews
diclofenac submicronized oral     2 User Reviews
Provil oral     1 User Reviews
Medi-Profen oral     1 User Reviews
Children's Advil oral     1 User Reviews
Children's Ibuprofen oral     1 User Reviews
Caldolor intravenous     1 User Reviews
Midol (naproxen) oral     1 User Reviews
Flanax (naproxen) oral     1 User Reviews
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