Condyline is used for the treatment of genital warts. Genital warts are caused by a virus and can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. The active substance in Condyline, podophyllotoxin, stops the growth of the affected cells and kills them.
Used for treating: genital warts
Effect: penetrates wart tissue and prevents wart cells from dividing and multiplying
Genital warts are a cause of much embarrassment for people who suffer from it. Genital warts are little lumps of cells, that look like little bumps and are transferred through skin contact with an infected body area. As these warts occur in the genital, anal and thigh area, they are classified as an STI. By treating the warts with Condyline they disappear within 4 to 6 weeks.
Condyline can be used to apply directly to the genital wart. You use it twice a day for three days. It is important to thoroughly clean and dry the infected areas before applying Condyline. Use the applicator to transfer the solution from the bottle to the wart, applying it only to infected skin. Make sure you wash your hands after using Condyline so it does not come into contact with healthy skin.
Don’t share a bottle of Condyline with someone else. Condyline may not be used on open or irritated skin.
Can I use Condyline to remove my genital warts when I am pregnant?
Condyline may not be used by pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding.
Side effects of Condyline
You may experience discomfort when applying Condyline to the warts. On the second and third day of treatment, the skin might become very red and you might experience pain. This is normal and means the wart is starting to disappear.
Condyline is not approved for use of children under 18.