Condyline is a 0.5% podophyllotoxin solution. A one-week course is a twice daily application for three days, followed by four days rest.
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Condyline is a solution designed to be directly applied to genital warts. The treatment is produced by Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda. It is applied twice a day to the affected area, for three consecutive days. Following a four day rest period, if warts are still present, this weekly cycle can be repeated for up to four weeks.
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- Use it just twice a day for three days
- Repeatable course for persistent cases
Genital warts are caused by a sexually transmitted virus, called HPV. They manifest in the form of small growths around the vagina, penis or anus. Genital warts are usually painless, but they can be unsightly and be a source of frustration for those experiencing them. They can also be transferred to other individuals through physical contact, such as via vaginal or anal sex.
Furthermore, as they are communicable through skin-to-skin contact, sex does not have to be penetrative for the person with them to infect someone else. Transmission can occur through touch, or by the use of sex toys.
HPV is not currently curable, but most people will find that their bodies will rid the infection naturally over a period of time. Treatment for genital warts is given in the form of antivirals.
Podophyllotoxin is one such medicine, and is the active component of Condyline solution. It can be found in the podophyllum plant, and tackles warts by breaching and breaking down the cells that cause them, and preventing their growth. These offending cells eventually perish, and fresh skin tissue develops in their place.
Please note that we do not sell Condyline medication from our online pharmacy. Should you require treatment for genital warts, please contact your doctor or attend a GUM clinic.
Podophyllotoxin is the functioning agent in Condyline, and has antiviral properties when used in medicine. It is traditionally found in the roots of the podophyllum plant, but can also be synthesised through the combination of certain alcoholic chemicals. It was first expounded in the 1930s, and has since been found to have various qualities, most recently as an anticarcinogen.
When applied to genital warts, podophyllotoxin works by infiltrating wart cells and preventing them from dividing and growing. After they are no longer able to progress, they die off, enabling healthy skin cells to develop in the space they previously occupied.Buy now
How to use Condyline
Administering Condyline in the manner outlined by your doctor and according to the instructions provided will help to reduce the likelihood of side effects, and ensure the medication produces the best possible results.
- Commence using Condyline in the morning.
- Make sure the application site is clean and carefully dried beforehand.
- Insert the looped end of the applicator into the solution.
- Apply this to the warts and let it dry.
- Never exceed an amount which requires more than 50 ‘dips’, and treat one small area of warts at a time.
- After you have finished, secure the lid on the solution and wash your hands.
- Repeat this process after 12 hours, and then again twice a day for the following two days.
- Do not use Condyline for the four days which follow the initial three day treatment period.
- If symptoms persist one week after beginning the course, your doctor may advise you to repeat this cycle for up to four weeks.
- Under no circumstances exceed the dose prescribed for you.
- Do not compensate for a missed dose with a double dose. Simply carry on using the medicine as normal.
- Use of the solution requires supervision from a doctor.
These instructions are meant as a guide only. For detailed instructions, ask your prescribing physician or refer to the leaflet.
Condyline side effects
No medication is entirely risk-free when it comes to potential side effects, and Condyline is no different. Although adverse reactions may only occur in a minority of instances, it is always better to be aware of the possible side effects so that you can get the medical attention you need quickly if you begin to notice them.
Inflamed foreskin or tip of the penis, vaginal irritation, itching, burning, redness, pain, or ulcers.
The information provided on this page is a guide only, and is not a comprehensive account of all the side effects and precautions associated with this product. For more information, refer to the leaflet provided or ask your doctor for advice.
Taking it with other medicines
Condyline is not known to interact with any other medications. However, you should always let your doctor know if you are taking any prescription, non-prescription or remedial products during consultation. You should also not use more than one treatment for genital warts at the same time.
Conditions to look out for
Tell your doctor if you suffer from any other conditions before using this item.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Do not use this product if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to become pregnant. You should speak to your GP if you have any concerns.
Driving and machinery
This treatment should not impede your ability to drive or operate machines.
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Can I still drink alcohol?
Alcohol is not known to affect the function of Condyline. In all cases, you should only ever drink in sensible amounts to help ensure you do not miss a dose.
Will I still be able to drive?
Condyline should not impair your capacity to drive. However, if you experience any side effects which may make driving difficult or dangerous, you should avoid doing so and contact your nearest medical professional.
Can I take the medicine while pregnant?
This item is not suitable for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. In these cases, you should consider speaking to your doctor about alternative treatment.
How should I store it?
Keep Condyline solution in a dry environment at room temperature. Secure the lid following use.
Am I allergic to anything in the medicine?
The product contains podophyllotoxin, lactic acid, sodium lactate and 96% alcohol. If you suspect that you are allergic to or unable to tolerate any of the above, refrain from using this item.
Is it available over-the-counter?
No. You can only buy Condyline in the UK with a prescription from a practising doctor.
Is it right for me?
If you require treatment for genital warts you should arrange to see your doctor or attend a GUM clinic. It is not possible to purchase Condyline from our service.
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