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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Asacol Oral     239 User Reviews
Humira SubQ     234 User Reviews
Lialda Oral     178 User Reviews
Humira Pen SubQ     169 User Reviews
Imuran Oral     165 User Reviews
sulfasalazine Oral     142 User Reviews
Pentasa Oral     116 User Reviews
mercaptopurine Oral     100 User Reviews
azathioprine Oral     97 User Reviews
Apriso Oral     70 User Reviews
prednisolone Oral     64 User Reviews
Humira Crohn's Dis Start Pck SubQ     46 User Reviews
Colazal Oral     40 User Reviews
Azulfidine Oral     28 User Reviews
Purinethol Oral     22 User Reviews
Proctosol HC Rect     22 User Reviews
Sulfazine EC Oral     20 User Reviews
hydrocortisone acetate Rect     17 User Reviews
balsalazide Oral     17 User Reviews
Proctozone-HC Rect     16 User Reviews
mesalamine Oral     16 User Reviews
Sulfazine Oral     14 User Reviews
Orapred ODT Oral     14 User Reviews
Humira Psoriasis Starter Pack SubQ     14 User Reviews
mesalamine Rect     13 User Reviews
Orapred Oral     13 User Reviews
Azasan Oral     12 User Reviews
Asacol HD Oral     12 User Reviews
Dipentum Oral     9 User Reviews
Prelone Oral     9 User Reviews
Anusol-HC Rect     8 User Reviews
Rowasa Rect     8 User Reviews
Azulfidine EN-tabs Oral     7 User Reviews
Veripred 20 Oral     7 User Reviews
adalimumab SubQ     6 User Reviews
Colocort Rect     5 User Reviews
hydrocortisone Rect     4 User Reviews
prednisolone sodium phosphate Oral     3 User Reviews
Millipred Oral     3 User Reviews
azathioprine sodium Inj     2 User Reviews
Flo-Pred Oral     2 User Reviews
aminosalicylic acid Oral     1 User Reviews
ProctoCream-HC Rect     1 User Reviews
mesalamine-cleansing wipes Rect     1 User Reviews
sfRowasa Rect     1 User Reviews
Millipred DP Oral     1 User Reviews
prednisolone acetate Oral     1 User Reviews
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Paser Oral     Be the first to review it
olsalazine Oral     Be the first to review it
HC-1% Hemorrhoid Rect     Be the first to review it
Procto-Pak Rect     Be the first to review it
Cortenema Rect     Be the first to review it
Giazo Oral     Be the first to review it

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