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Cymbalta oral     4446 User Reviews
Lexapro oral     3982 User Reviews
Effexor XR oral     3353 User Reviews
Zoloft oral     2525 User Reviews
Celexa oral     2122 User Reviews
trazodone oral     1978 User Reviews
Prozac oral     1627 User Reviews
Wellbutrin XL oral     1589 User Reviews
citalopram oral     1509 User Reviews
Pristiq oral     1362 User Reviews
amitriptyline oral     1057 User Reviews
Savella oral     906 User Reviews
Viibryd oral     771 User Reviews
Paxil CR oral     720 User Reviews
Wellbutrin oral     704 User Reviews
Paxil oral     687 User Reviews
sertraline oral     448 User Reviews
Remeron oral     433 User Reviews
nortriptyline oral     411 User Reviews
venlafaxine oral     397 User Reviews
fluoxetine oral     349 User Reviews
bupropion HCl oral     338 User Reviews
mirtazapine oral     306 User Reviews
Ritalin oral     290 User Reviews
paroxetine oral     281 User Reviews
Wellbutrin SR oral     274 User Reviews
doxepin oral     216 User Reviews
methylphenidate oral     164 User Reviews
Symbyax oral     128 User Reviews
escitalopram oxalate oral     127 User Reviews
Pamelor oral     120 User Reviews
imipramine oral     97 User Reviews
Brintellix oral     97 User Reviews
duloxetine oral     78 User Reviews
Nardil oral     77 User Reviews
Fetzima oral     77 User Reviews
Emsam transdermal     69 User Reviews
Parnate oral     67 User Reviews
Pexeva oral     64 User Reviews
Brisdelle oral     62 User Reviews
clomipramine oral     49 User Reviews
Anafranil oral     49 User Reviews
Tofranil oral     48 User Reviews
fluvoxamine oral     43 User Reviews
Zyban oral     41 User Reviews
desipramine oral     41 User Reviews
Sarafem oral     41 User Reviews
Prozac Weekly oral     41 User Reviews
Aplenzin oral     41 User Reviews
Methylin oral     33 User Reviews
nefazodone oral     31 User Reviews
Quillivant XR oral     25 User Reviews
Tofranil-PM oral     22 User Reviews
Norpramin oral     21 User Reviews
Remeron SolTab oral     21 User Reviews
bupropion HBr oral     20 User Reviews
Oleptro ER oral     19 User Reviews
desvenlafaxine succinate oral     17 User Reviews
Buproban oral     16 User Reviews
imipramine pamoate oral     16 User Reviews
vilazodone oral     15 User Reviews
milnacipran oral     9 User Reviews
paroxetine mesylate oral     8 User Reviews
Surmontil oral     7 User Reviews
maprotiline oral     6 User Reviews
protriptyline oral     6 User Reviews
phenelzine oral     5 User Reviews
Marplan oral     5 User Reviews
olanzapine-fluoxetine oral     5 User Reviews
tranylcypromine oral     3 User Reviews
selegiline transdermal     3 User Reviews
amoxapine oral     2 User Reviews
Forfivo XL oral     2 User Reviews
desvenlafaxine oral     2 User Reviews
Khedezla oral     2 User Reviews
isocarboxazid oral     1 User Reviews
levomilnacipran oral     1 User Reviews
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