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

Your search for Minor Skin Wound Pain returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Campho-Phenique top     17 User Reviews
lidocaine topical     15 User Reviews
Mercuroclear top     5 User Reviews
Vagisil Anti-Itch top     5 User Reviews
ITCH-X top     4 User Reviews
Unguentine top     4 User Reviews
Neosporin + Pain Relief top     4 User Reviews
Vagisil top     3 User Reviews
lidocaine HCl topical     2 User Reviews
dibucaine top     2 User Reviews
lidocaine-benzalkonium top     2 User Reviews
benzocaine top     1 User Reviews
pramoxine-benzyl alcohol top     1 User Reviews
benzocaine-resorcinol top     1 User Reviews
dibucaine rect     1 User Reviews
tetracaine HCl topical     1 User Reviews
LMX 4 top     1 User Reviews
dyclonine-benzethonium top     1 User Reviews
Liquid Bandage top     1 User Reviews
Antibiotic + Pain Relief top     1 User Reviews
First Aid ABX Pain Relief top     1 User Reviews
Pain Relieving top     Be the first to review it
Pontocaine top     Be the first to review it
Americaine top     Be the first to review it
pramoxine top     Be the first to review it
Anacaine top     Be the first to review it
Prax top     Be the first to review it
Outgro top     Be the first to review it
Solarhist top     Be the first to review it
Vagicaine top     Be the first to review it
Skin Shield top     Be the first to review it
Nupercainal rect     Be the first to review it
benzocaine-benzethonium top     Be the first to review it
benzocaine-menthol top     Be the first to review it
Antiseptic top     Be the first to review it
Blood Clotting Spray top     Be the first to review it
pramoxine-menthol top     Be the first to review it
Anti-Itch Medicated top     Be the first to review it
First Aid top     Be the first to review it
First Aid Antiseptic top     Be the first to review it
neomycin-polymyxin-pramoxine top     Be the first to review it
Styptocaine top     Be the first to review it
Vaginal Itch top     Be the first to review it
lidocaine-benzethonium Cl top     Be the first to review it
Mosco-Cain top     Be the first to review it
Antibiotic-Pramoxine top     Be the first to review it
Gold Bond top     Be the first to review it
Antiseptic & Anesthetic top     Be the first to review it
Sarna Sensitive top     Be the first to review it
Lidocream top     Be the first to review it
Multi Antibiotic Plus top     Be the first to review it
Bactine Pain Relieving Cleans top     Be the first to review it
lidocaine-hyalur ac-aloe-coll top     Be the first to review it
Regenecare HA top     Be the first to review it
Anti-Itch (benz-resor) top     Be the first to review it
Boil Relief top     Be the first to review it
lidocaine HCl-benzethonium Cl top     Be the first to review it
Anecream top     Be the first to review it
Sensitive Anti-Itch top     Be the first to review it
pramoxine-diphenhydramine top     Be the first to review it
Hemorrhoidal-Analgesic top     Be the first to review it
VagiCream top     Be the first to review it
Lanacane Anti-Itch top     Be the first to review it
pramoxine-benzalkonium chlor. top     Be the first to review it
Neosporin Neo To Go top     Be the first to review it
Medi-First Burn Cream top     Be the first to review it
Topicaine top     Be the first to review it
LC-4 top     Be the first to review it
Anti-Itch (pramoxine) top     Be the first to review it
LidoRx top     Be the first to review it
lidocaine HCl-menthol top     Be the first to review it
LenzaGel top     Be the first to review it
LenzaPatch top     Be the first to review it
zinc ox-camphor-phenol-tan ac top     Be the first to review it
Boil-Ease (benzocaine) top     Be the first to review it
Dermarest Eczema (pramoxine) top     Be the first to review it
Antibiotic Plus (pramoxine) top     Be the first to review it
Xolido top     Be the first to review it
benzalkonium chloride-camphor top     Be the first to review it
Cold Sore Treatmnt (benz-cmph) top     Be the first to review it
eLenzaPatch topical     Be the first to review it
Xolido XP topical     Be the first to review it
Dermoplast (with menthol) topical     Be the first to review it

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