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If you are suffering from genital warts then we can prescribe Condyline for you online after completing a quick online medical questionnaire. You can get started by clicking on the Free Consultation button below.

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What is Condyline?

Condyline is a cutaneous solution that is applied directly to the warts. Condyline contains podophyllotoxin, which prevents the cells that comprise the wart from dividing and multiplying. When this dividing and multiplying action is prevented, the wart will eventually die, a process known as necrosis. Condyline contains the same active ingredient as Warticon cream.

How to use Condyline

You should apply Condyline using the applicator supplied. Please be careful to apply the solution to the warts only. You must not apply Condyline to healthy tissue as it will cause irritation. A helpful tip for protecting the healthy skin is to apply Vaseline to the area and only leave the warts exposed. The Vaseline will protect the area around the base of the wart should any of the solution drip down from the lesion onto healthy skin cells. You should apply the solution as directed twice a day for three days. You may repeat this process 5 times if the warts have not been completely resolved. Do not continue beyond 5 weeks without consulting with us.

Who can use Condyline?

If you complete a consultation form then we can tell you if Condyline is appropriate for you. We would not advise the use of Condyline if you are pregnant or breastfeeding as there is potential for the solution to be absorbed through the skin and it could be harmful to the baby. If you have had an allergic reaction to podophyllotoxin or any of the other ingredients then it will not be suitable for you.

Condyline Side Effects

Most people do not get any side effects with Condyline but we occasionally get patients who notice irritation around the application site. If you follow the instructions and take the precautionary measures described above, we would not expect you to have any side effects. Do not apply more than the recommended dose as it will not make the solution work faster but it can cause the skin to become irritated.

Free Consultation for Genital Warts

If you know that you have genital warts then just complete a consultation and put this on the questionnaire. If you only suspect genital warts then we can either have a look at a photo upload into your consultation area with the doctor or we can refer you to a partner clinic to carry out a test. Condyline should not be applied to lesions that may not be warts.

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Reviewed by: Dr Joyce Braaksma
GMC registration number: 4621289
Date: 21 March 2022
Next review: 22 March 2024
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