Condyline (also known as Condylox) is a podophyllotoxin solution designed to treat genital warts (also referred to as condylomata acuminate). This highly effective topical cream is applied directly to the genital warts.
Condyline solution comes in a 3.5ml dosage and is applied directly to the genital warts and immediately gets to work reducing the discomfort associated with the warts as well as stopping them from growing and multiplying. Condyline solution is clinically proven to destroy an outbreak of genital warts. Condyline 3.5ml is fast-acting, which means you will see results after just three days. If used correctly, all your symptoms should disappear after just four weeks.
You should apply the solution twice a day for three consecutive days with an applicator or the tip of a clean finger. Put a small amount of Condyline solution on the affected area and gently rub it in until it is no longer visible. A thin film of the medication will cover the genital wart. You should make sure you wash your hands before and after applying this treatment.
You can order Condyline 3.5ml solution from HealthExpress by starting a quick and simple online consultation. Your consultation will be checked by one of our doctors, who will assess your suitability regarding the severity of your symptoms and the dosage available. If your consultation is approved, you will be able to buy this treatment, safely and securely, along with other treatments that are suitable for your particular condition.
Condyline comes with a small plastic applicator stick, which has hole in it. You dip this applicator into the bottle of solution until the hole is full. Then apply a thin layer to the wart and let it dry. You should not use more than 50 'dips' of solution.
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.
Follow the instructions in the patient information leaflet or speak to your doctor or pharmacist if you have any further questions about your course of Condyline treatment or application of the solution.
Condyline solution is considered safe to use if you follow the directions, and serious side effects are rare. Most people who use Condyline to treat genital warts will have a very positive experience with this treatment, and will only encounter mild side effects - (if any at all).
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.
Condyline is a topical solution for genital warts. If you have warts in the genital area, Condyline can remove the warts. Our service allows your to order Condyline without having to see a GP face-to-face.
Condyline solution is commonly used to treat genital warts. Genital warts are a common STI (sexually transmitted infection) that can be passed by anal and vaginal sex, as well as through sharing sex toys.
Condyline is a branded alcoholic solution. The generic name is podofilox. Condyline is used to remove certain kinds of warts on the outside skin of the genital area, such as the penis or vulva. The solution is not used to treat warts that occur inside the vagina or rectum. Condyline works by destroying the skin of the wart.
Should the solution get into your eye, you must immediately bathe them with water. You must not keep bathing the eyes as this could result in irritation. If in doubt, you should let your doctor know right away.
If you apply too much Condyline by mistake or apply it to the wrong area, you must wash it away with water and soap. Should someone happen to drink Condyline solution, they must visit A&E straight away.
In topical overdosage, wash well with soap and water; if the eyes are involved bathe thoroughly with water or if available, with an appropriate eye-cleaning solution. If accidentally ingested, give stomach washout and monitor electrolyte balance, blood gases, liver function and blood picture.
On the other hand, the non-medicinal alternative for the Condyline solution is to have genital warts surgically removed. Often, this is considered in cases where genital wart outbreaks occur even after all medicinal options have been used. It is vital for one to discuss this treatment option with their general practitioner to gain further information.
Condyline solution does not have any impact on hormonal contraceptives. This includes all types of hormonal contraceptives, such as the combined contraceptive pill, the mini pill or the morning-after pill.
However, Condyline does have the tendency to weaken the wear of latex condoms, which can cause them to break. In order to prevent this, it is crucial to avoid using latex condoms on the days you are using the solution. In addition to this, you should not use latex condoms for up to 24 hours after using Condyline. Instead of latex condoms, use non-latex condoms. They are available at local pharmacies.
It is advised that pregnant or breastfeeding women do not use Condyline Cutaneous Solution. If you feel that you need to use this solution you should speak to a GP or pharmacist who may be able to advise you to use an alternative medication.
Condyline solution is a treatment for genital warts which can improve your condition after just 3 days of use. It helps to keep warts from developing and works best on small clusters of warts, using the applicator provided to treat each one directly. If you need a reliable treatment for genital warts you should start a consultation with our prescribers and see if Condyline is the right medication for you.
Condyline solution is not suitable for use in children under the age of 12. Do not use this product if you are allergic to podophyllotoxin or any of the other listed ingredients. You should be aware that this medicine can cause systemic toxicity, which can affect the whole body. For external use only, avoid contact with eyes and other sensitive areas. You should not use this treatment on skin which is:
You can request to buy Condyline solution for genital warts from our UK registered online pharmacy and doctor service. Genital warts are a common sexually transmitted infection, caused by the HPV virus. After completing a short online consultation, your order will be passed to our UK registered doctors for review.
Condyline solution contains the active ingredient podophyllotoxin. This is a plant extract which can be effective in the treatment of genital warts that appear on the penis or the external female genital organs.
There is always a risk of side effects when taking any medicine. Please read the patient information leaflet to be aware of the potential side effects. The main side effects with Condyline solution are skin reactions such as:
This solution contains the plant extract podophyllotoxin, which enters the nuclei of the infected cells and acts on the mechanism that makes genital wart cells divide. This means that genital warts cannot grow or spread anywhere else, which promotes healthy skin to replace the wart tissue.
Various treatments can help to clear genital warts. Warticon is another renowned medication for effectively treating genital warts in a similar time frame as Condyline. Warticon is available as a cream or solution. Although both versions contain the same active ingredient, the cream may be better suited for women, while the solution may be easier for men to treat genital warts.
Podofilox is used to remove certain types of warts on the outside skin of the genital areas (penis or vulva). The gel is used also to treat warts between the genitals and the rectum, the solution is not. Neither the gel nor the solution is used to treat warts that occur inside the rectum, vagina, or urine passageways inside the penis (male) or the vulva (female). Podofilox works by destroying the skin of the wart.
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.
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. 59ce067264