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naproxen oral     701 User Reviews
indomethacin oral     280 User Reviews
ibuprofen oral     257 User Reviews
Aleve oral     179 User Reviews
naproxen sodium oral     90 User Reviews
Indocin oral     77 User Reviews
Naprosyn oral     63 User Reviews
Advil oral     26 User Reviews
Advil Migraine oral     21 User Reviews
Advil Liqui-Gel oral     14 User Reviews
Motrin IB oral     12 User Reviews
Anaprox DS oral     7 User Reviews
Naprelan CR oral     7 User Reviews
All Day Pain Relief oral     5 User Reviews
Anaprox oral     4 User Reviews
Children's Motrin oral     4 User Reviews
Ibuprofen IB oral     3 User Reviews
Mediproxen oral     2 User Reviews
Wal-Profen oral     2 User Reviews
ibuprofen intravenous     2 User Reviews
Midol (naproxen) oral     2 User Reviews
choline and magnesium salicylate oral     2 User Reviews
EC-Naprosyn oral     1 User Reviews
Provil oral     1 User Reviews
Medi-Profen oral     1 User Reviews
Children's Advil oral     1 User Reviews
Children's Ibuprofen oral     1 User Reviews
Caldolor intravenous     1 User Reviews
Flanax (naproxen) oral     1 User Reviews
Indocin rectal     1 User Reviews
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