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    Xanax oral     2863 User Reviews
    Ativan oral     1021 User Reviews
    alprazolam oral     693 User Reviews
    lorazepam oral     580 User Reviews
    hydroxyzine HCl oral     579 User Reviews
    Vistaril oral     365 User Reviews
    Valium oral     313 User Reviews
    diazepam oral     251 User Reviews
    hydroxyzine pamoate oral     237 User Reviews
    doxepin oral     227 User Reviews
    imipramine oral     100 User Reviews
    Tranxene T-Tab oral     52 User Reviews
    clomipramine oral     51 User Reviews
    Tofranil oral     51 User Reviews
    Anafranil oral     49 User Reviews
    oxazepam oral     46 User Reviews
    desipramine oral     43 User Reviews
    clorazepate dipotassium oral     31 User Reviews
    meprobamate oral     29 User Reviews
    hydroxyzine HCl intramuscular     25 User Reviews
    Ativan injection     24 User Reviews
    Norpramin oral     22 User Reviews
    Onfi oral     18 User Reviews
    Sectral oral     17 User Reviews
    Alprazolam Intensol oral     15 User Reviews
    chlordiazepoxide HCl oral     10 User Reviews
    acebutolol oral     9 User Reviews
    lorazepam injection     8 User Reviews
    trifluoperazine oral     8 User Reviews
    Lorazepam Intensol oral     8 User Reviews
    diazepam injection     7 User Reviews
    midazolam oral     6 User Reviews
    clobazam oral     2 User Reviews
    Diazepam Intensol oral     1 User Reviews
    lorazepam in 0.9 % sodium chloride intravenous     1 User Reviews
    lorazepam in dextrose 5 % intravenous     1 User Reviews

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