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

Your search for Sprains and Strains returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Flector transdermal     81 User Reviews
Capzasin-HP topical     72 User Reviews
capsaicin topical     70 User Reviews
Capzasin top     56 User Reviews
diclofenac epolamine transdermal     27 User Reviews
Zostrix top     15 User Reviews
Dendracin top     14 User Reviews
Aspercreme top     9 User Reviews
trolamine salicylate top     8 User Reviews
Trixaicin HP topical     7 User Reviews
Myoflex top     5 User Reviews
Trixaicin top     5 User Reviews
Mobisyl top     3 User Reviews
Salonpas-Hot top     3 User Reviews
Medrox top     3 User Reviews
Sportscreme top     2 User Reviews
Arthricream Rub top     2 User Reviews
Capzasin-P top     2 User Reviews
capsaicin-camphor-menthol top     2 User Reviews
Zostrix-HP topical     2 User Reviews
Salonpas (capsaicin/menthol) top     2 User Reviews
Analgesic top     1 User Reviews
Pain Relief top     1 User Reviews
Analgesic Rub top     1 User Reviews
Aspercreme with Aloe top     1 User Reviews
Tru-Micin top     1 User Reviews
Muscle Relief topical     1 User Reviews
Arthritis Pain Relief (capsaicin) topical     1 User Reviews
capsaicin-methyl sal-menthol top     1 User Reviews
Ortho-Nesic top     1 User Reviews
Arthricream top     Be the first to review it
Sports Pain Relief Rub top     Be the first to review it
Arthritis top     Be the first to review it
trolamine salicylate-aloe vera top     Be the first to review it
Asper-Flex top     Be the first to review it
Analgesic Creme top     Be the first to review it
Alcis top     Be the first to review it
Arthritis Relief With Aloe top     Be the first to review it
Ziks Arthritis Pain Relief top     Be the first to review it
Theragen top     Be the first to review it
capsaicin-menthol topical     Be the first to review it
High Potency Capsaicin top     Be the first to review it
capsaicin in castor oil top     Be the first to review it
Castiva Warming top     Be the first to review it
Pharmacist Pain Relief top     Be the first to review it
Medi-Derm top     Be the first to review it
Xoten-C top     Be the first to review it
Bio-Therm top     Be the first to review it
Exoten-C top     Be the first to review it
Capsicum top     Be the first to review it
Medicated Heat Patch top     Be the first to review it
Flanax top     Be the first to review it
New Terocin top     Be the first to review it
Ultracin top     Be the first to review it
Medrox-Rx top     Be the first to review it
Transanosil top     Be the first to review it
Zostrix-HP Foot topical     Be the first to review it
Zostrix Hot & Cold topical     Be the first to review it

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