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

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    Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
    Cymbalta oral     4523 User Reviews
    Lexapro oral     4040 User Reviews
    Effexor XR oral     3407 User Reviews
    Xanax oral     2865 User Reviews
    Zoloft oral     2575 User Reviews
    Celexa oral     2172 User Reviews
    Prozac oral     1666 User Reviews
    Wellbutrin XL oral     1618 User Reviews
    citalopram oral     1543 User Reviews
    amitriptyline oral     1090 User Reviews
    Wellbutrin oral     734 User Reviews
    Paxil CR oral     726 User Reviews
    Paxil oral     703 User Reviews
    alprazolam oral     694 User Reviews
    sertraline oral     466 User Reviews
    nortriptyline oral     435 User Reviews
    venlafaxine oral     428 User Reviews
    fluoxetine oral     360 User Reviews
    bupropion HCl oral     354 User Reviews
    Ritalin oral     300 User Reviews
    paroxetine oral     287 User Reviews
    Wellbutrin SR oral     282 User Reviews
    doxepin oral     227 User Reviews
    methylphenidate oral     169 User Reviews
    escitalopram oxalate oral     144 User Reviews
    Pamelor oral     120 User Reviews
    imipramine oral     100 User Reviews
    duloxetine oral     96 User Reviews
    Nardil oral     80 User Reviews
    Pexeva oral     65 User Reviews
    clomipramine oral     51 User Reviews
    Tofranil oral     51 User Reviews
    Anafranil oral     49 User Reviews
    fluvoxamine oral     46 User Reviews
    Zyban oral     44 User Reviews
    Aplenzin oral     43 User Reviews
    desipramine oral     43 User Reviews
    Sarafem oral     41 User Reviews
    Methylin oral     33 User Reviews
    bupropion HBr oral     22 User Reviews
    Norpramin oral     22 User Reviews
    amitriptyline-chlordiazepoxide oral     19 User Reviews
    perphenazine-amitriptyline oral     16 User Reviews
    imipramine pamoate oral     16 User Reviews
    Alprazolam Intensol oral     15 User Reviews
    paroxetine mesylate oral     8 User Reviews
    Surmontil oral     7 User Reviews
    protriptyline oral     7 User Reviews
    maprotiline oral     6 User Reviews
    phenelzine oral     6 User Reviews
    Metadate ER oral     5 User Reviews
    Forfivo XL oral     2 User Reviews
    amoxapine oral     2 User Reviews
    trimipramine oral     1 User Reviews
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