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Condyline is a topical cutaneous solution used to treat genital warts – cutaneous meaning ‘affecting the skin’.
The active ingredient is podophyllotoxin, which prevents warts from growing or dividing. Condyline is a popular and effective treatment with a good success rate, often improving genital warts within three days. Condyline is suitable for both men and women. With our online service, you can order Condyline without needing to see a doctor in person.
Genital warts are caused by an infection of HPV, the human papillomavirus. Warts are small growths that appear around the penis, vagina or anus. They are most commonly spread during vaginal or anal sex, but can also be transmitted through non-penetrative contact. It is always advised to get suspected genital warts diagnosed by your GP or GUM clinic for the first outbreak.
Though warts are not painful or cancerous, many patients still wish to remove them with treatments such as Condyline. HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections – studies show that half of all people who are sexually active will be infected with HPV at some stage. Genital warts are slightly more common for women than for men.
Condyline is a clear topical solution containing podophyllotoxin. When applied to warts, podophyllotoxin enters the nuclei of the infected cells. It targets the cells’ capacity to divide and multiply, preventing warts from growing. When the existing wart cells die off, they are replaced by healthy skin cells. Side effects are rare, but may include a burning/tingling sensation on application, and sometimes pain or redness in the affected area.
These results are usually first visible after three days, and warts will disappear completely after about four weeks. The warts may turn white before disappearing. Condyline should only be used as an external treatment – do not apply it to any soft mucous membrane tissue such as the anus or vagina. Follow the instructions provided.
Condyline cannot completely treat HPV. However, the body tends to rid itself of the infection on its own over time. Certain strains of HPV can eventually lead to cancer, but this is different from the strain that causes genital warts. Warts can still be transmitted while using Condyline, so take precautions such as using protection and washing shared sex toys between use.
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The only non-medicinal alternative for Condyline solution is to have the warts physically removed. This is often only used in more severe cases when all medicinal options have been exhausted. You will have to speak to your GP for further information.
The other alternatives for treating genital warts are Warticon cream and Aldara cream – a prescription-only topical treatments also stocked by The Independent Pharmacy. Aldara stimulates the immune system to fight the virus and helps genital wart outbreaks to disappear, usually within around 2-4 months. Warticon cream contains the same ingredient as Conyline, however it is generally considered to be easier to apply for women.
Condyline should be applied twice per day, with a 12-hour gap between applications.
Wash the affected areas with soap, and ensure they are dry before using Condyline. Fill the applicator with the solution, and gently apply it to a cluster of warts. Leave this to dry, then repeat for all other warts. Do not exceed 50 drops of solution. Wash your hands thoroughly after using Condyline.
You will likely be initially prescribed Condyline for three days of use. If your warts persist, you may be advised to repeat the three-day routine the following week. If necessary, this can be extended to four or five weeks.
Even if your warts do clear, continue the treatment as prescribed. This will reduce your risk of being infected in the future.
Condyline should only be used as an external treatment – do not apply it to any soft mucous membrane tissue such as the anus or vagina. Take special care to avoid contact with the eyes, nostrils or lips.
If, for any reason, you miss a treatment, apply it as soon as possible. However, if it is nearly time for the next application, skip the treatment that you missed.
Not everyone will experience side effects when they take Condyline; however, if you do they can include:
Irritation of the affected area (including burning, itching or pain), inflammation of the glans or foreskin, irritation of the vagina
If you are concerned about these effects, or if the product affects you in any other way, stop using it and talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
The active ingredient contained in Condyline is:
Podophyllotoxin 0.5% w/v
Condyline also contains the following inactive ingredients to make up the complete product:
Lactic acid, sodium lactate, alcohol (96%)
Reading the following warnings carefully will help to ensure you are selecting an appropriate product.
Condyline is unsuitable for you if:
Do not apply Condyline to healthy skin, or to skin that is inflamed or bleeding.
Women should use Condyline only under medical supervision
Take care if your warts cover an area bigger than 4cm x 4cm. Using Condyline on large areas for an extended amount of time will increase the risk of side effects on the rest of the body. This risk is also increased by using Condyline on skin or membranes that are fragile or bleeding.
Take special care to avoid contact with the eyes, nostrils or lips.
Condyline contains alcohol and is, therefore, flammable.
Please read all packaging and the Product Information Leaflet before taking any new medicine and inform your doctor of medicines you are taking or intend to take.
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Condyline is a medication that contains the active ingredient podophyllotoxin in a strength of 0.5%. It is a liquid available in a 3.5ml bottle and comes with a supply of plastic applicator sticks.
Condyline was one of the earliest medications to be approved for the treatment of genital warts, an infection common among sexually active men and women. While the infection doesn’t pose life threatening complications, its symptoms are painful and highly contagious. Condyline uses podophyllotoxin as its active ingredient, a medication that is extracted from the roots of the Podophyllum plant, of Indian origin. Though the genital warts infection is most common among young, sexually active adults, older people can also contract the disease. Condyline has proven to be an effective treatment in those cases, too.
The Condyline solution is a topical treatment used to cure the genital herpes infection and doesn’t cause pain or irritation at the area of application. However, this solution is effective at attacking the wart’s nucleus and controlling its division and growth. The medication eventually weakens the warts and kills them, allowing new, healthy cells to form.
Condyline is used for the treatment of genital warts, affecting the penis or the external female genitalia. It should be applied twice daily (in the morning, then 12 hours later) to the affected areas for three consecutive days. This means a total of six treatments over three days.
The area to be treated should be washed with soap and water and dried before the liquid is applied.
No additional Condyline should be applied during the week. If the warts have not responded to treatment, another three-day course can be followed starting the following week. You should start on the same day of the week as you started the first course of treatment. This can be repeated for up to five weeks, if necessary.
Avoid contact with the eyes, lips, nostrils, and other areas of skin.
Please read the enclosed leaflet before using Condyline.
In some situations, the Condyline solution should be used with caution or not at all, for example, in patients who have warts over 4cm in diameter. If Condyline isn’t appropriate for you, talk to your doctor about other treatment options.
Tell your GP if you are taking any other medications, either over-the-counter or prescribed. The Condyline solution is unsuitable if you are allergic to podophyllotoxin, or any of the other ingredients.
The symptoms of genital warts that appear externally are the most contagious. In more than 60% of cases, these external outbreaks transfer the disease to another person in a single unprotected sexual contact. Condyline is easy to apply on these external symptoms and controls their contagiousness within the first three days of application. With proper administration, this solution can clear the symptoms of genital warts within 4 weeks. It makes hazardous surgical methods like cryotherapy and electrocautery unnecessary and allows patients to control the treatment process.
Men and women over 18 years of age my use Condyline but will need to be advised by an expert. Children and people under 18 are not permitted to use this solution. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are also ineligible as are people with allergies to podophyllotoxin.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water. Pour a tiny amount of the medication on your hands and gently rub it onto the external warts. The solution will create a thin layer over the infected area which is important for its effectiveness.
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