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Condyline is a topical medication designed to inhibit the growth of genital warts and help the body fight the virus, ultimately removing the warts. When applied to the warts directly, the active ingredient penetrates the tissues within them and prevents their cells from further dividing and multiplying. Genital warts, although considered a low-risk form of the HPV virus, can be painful and cause emotional upset, and though they may well go in their own time, using a treatment such as Condyline can speed up the process and enable your body to fight them faster.
Condyline can be purchased online from Click Pharmacy after a short assessment. This is particularly useful if you have already seen your GP and had genital warts diagnosed, as you can then simply buy your preferred medication discreetly online. You may also book a face to face or email appointment with one of Click Pharmacy’s own doctors who will discuss your current medical situation and advise you on the best treatment available. The consultation is free, confidential and performed online so you needn’t leave home to get your prescription.
The active ingredient, podophyllotoxin, invades the infected cell through the nuclei, targeting its ability to multiply and thus stopping its growth. As the cells of the wart die, healthy cells replace them and return the area to normal.
It is important to be aware that genital warts develop after someone has been infected with the HPV virus which then remains in the body over the carrier’s lifetime. As such, although the warts can be treated with medications such as Condyline, the virus itself cannot be cured and therefore relapses are possible, especially if a person’s immunity is weak.
In studies, the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, was found to be safe, effective and well-tolerated amongst study members. When applied twice a day for 3 consecutive days over 4 weeks as directed, a high level of applicants experienced positive results with only 4 out of 21 patients experiencing a reemergence of a wart outbreak later down the line, and a third having a complete removal of all warts from this one round of treatment.
There are over 100 strains of the human papilloma virus, or HPV, and as such, when looking for treatment for warts, you must be sure you are choosing a medication designed for your specific concern; for example verrucas on the feet, lesions on the hands or genital warts.
Condyline is designed specifically for the treatment of genital warts, working to clear the infection, assist the body in fighting the abnormal cells which are creating the lesion, and in turn, help the development of normal, healthy cells in their place.
During an episode, sexual intercourse is not recommended due to the skin to skin nature of transmission. Since treatment with Condyline can decrease the length and severity of an outbreak it can help a patient get back to their normal sex life in less time than when relying on the body’s immunity alone, as well as assist in the recovery of their mental state since genital wart outbreaks can severely affect some sufferers in this manner, causing anxiety and low mood.
The active ingredient is 0.5% podophyllotoxin whilst the inactive ingredients are lactic acid, sodium lactate and alcohol. As such, be sure to let your doctor know if you are lactose intolerant.
Be sure to read the patient leaflet before beginning any treatment and follow your doctors directions for application.
Generally, Condyline is applied two times a day over 3 days with a 12 hour window between each application. This can be done weekly for up to 4 weeks as discussed with your GP or Click Pharmacy doctor, though some people find the treatment works after one round of 6 applications. If the area heals during your treatment time, you do not need to keep applying the medication as it is not designed to go on healthy skin. Do keep in touch with your doctor during your treatment.
The product is designed to be applied twice a day for 3 days and for anywhere up to 4 weeks. After this, your doctor may recommend a new course of action such as another topical treatment or potentially a minor procedure to remove the warts such as freezing or excision.
If you feel the treatment is not working for you, then book a free and confidential appointment with one of Click Pharmacy’s online doctors at any time to discuss your options.
Most people who suffer any side effects will find that they are minor and fade over the course of the treatment. One study found that the most common side effects were inflammation, pain, burning sensations, itching and ‘erosions’ developing on the skin due to the wart dying off, though such side effects are often considered to be due to excessive application of the product rather than being down to the medication itself.
The product should not be used on healthy, wounded or open skin nor on a child under the age of 12. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding this product is not recommended and you should book an appointment with your GP or a Click Pharmacy doctor to discuss your options. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients let your doctor know right away and they can help you find an alternative therapy. If you find that you begin having an allergic reaction during treatment including swelling of the tongue, throat, eyes or face; a rash or hives or else difficulty breathing then you must cease to use the product and get medical help right away.
Let your doctor know about any other medications you are currently taking, including complementary versions, as the active ingredients could affect one another causing it to be less effective.
Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. Patient information can be found here.
01 January 2021