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151 zovirax acyclovir an anti-viral for herpes varicella and shingles, oral, i v, or topical
152 glycolax polyethylene glycol a laxative for constipation, taken orally Miralax
153 imitrex sumatriptan a serotonin agonist for migraine headache, oral or i v
154 evista raloxifene an SERM, an estrogen receptor modulator for osteoporosis and breast cancer prevention, oral or I V
155 nuvaring etonogestrel and ethinyl estrodiol vaginal ring an intravaginal birth control, vaginally inserted
156 niaspan niacin sr a cholesterol minimizer for hypercholesterolemia, taken orally
157 pepcid (ac) famotidine a histamine blocker for g e r d & ulcers, oral or i v
158 ultracet a p a p and tramadol an analgesic (pain reliever), taken orally
159 duragesic [C2] fentanyl transdermal a narcotic analgesic for moderate to severe pain applied topically
160 buspar buspirone an anxiolytic hypnotic for anxiety, taken orally
161 relafen nabumetone an n s a i d for arthritis inflammation, taken orally
162 boniva ibandronate a bisphosphonate for hypercalcemia, osteoporosis treatment, and prevention, taken orally, Bondronat & Bondrova
163 eskalith lithium an antimania and antibipolar for mania and bipolar disorder, taken orally, Lithobid
164 promethazine+codeine syrup [C5] generic only, an antihistamine narcotic cough suppressant for cough rhinitis, taken orally
165 biaxin (xl) clarithromycin a macrolide antibiotic for infection, taken orally
166 hytrin terazosin alpha receptor agonist for prostatic hypertrophy, hyperplasia, and hypertension, taken orally, Zayasel
167 pamelor nortriptyline a tca antidepressant for major depression, taken orally
168 trexall methotrexate an antirheumatic and antimetabolite for rheumatoid arthritis psoriasis, mycosis fungoides, and tumors, oral or i m, Rheumatrex
169 robaxin methocarbamol a muscle relaxant for muscle spasms, oral, i m, or i v
170 ziac bisoprolol and hctz a beta blocker and diuretic for hypertension, taken orally
171 esgic (plus) a p a p and butalbital and caffeine a combined analgesic for pain and tension headache, taken orally
172 tenoretic atenolol and chlorthalidone diuretic beta blocker for hypertension, taken orally
173 adipex p [C4] phentermine an appetite suppressant for obesity, taken orally
174 lotrisone clotrimazole and betamethasone an antifungal and corticosteroid for tinea, topically applied
175 minocin minocycline a tetracycline antibiotic for acne infection, oral or i v



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