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Condyline is a topical solution for genital warts. If you have warts in the genital area, a topical cream can remove the warts. Our service allows your to order Condyline without having to see a GP face-to-face.

To order Condyline online, fill in our brief questionnaire. We will also ask you to upload a photograph of the affected area, so our doctor can diagnose your condition.


3.5 ml £34.99

Price includes prescription and delivery.

What does Condyline do?

Condyline is an alcoholic solution which contains an active ingredient to treat genital warts on the penis or vagina.

How does Condyline work?

The active ingredient reaches the nuclei or centres of the wart cells. The nucleus of a cell contains all the information a cell needs to replicate. The active ingredient of Condyline has a toxic effect in the nucleus, and so prevents the wart cells from replicating which would result in the growths getting bigger. Over the course of the treatment, the wart cells will slowly die and will be replaced by normal, healthy cells.

How effective is Condyline?

So long as you follow the advised treatment plan, your warts should entirely clear up.

Within which time frame does the medication work?

You may see your warts clearing up as soon as three days into treatment. However, this will depend on the individual, but usually warts will totally clear up within a month after starting treatment.

If I’m on treatment, will this stop my partner from getting genital warts too?

Not necessarily, as your warts will still be there. You should be extra careful about protection and also make sure sex toys are washed between uses if you share them. You need to be aware that genital warts can spread from skin to skin contact: penetration is not necessarily required. You should consult your doctor then talk to your partner if you are considering intercourse whilst you have genital warts.

How will I know if I have genital warts?

The warts should be relatively obvious: you will notice growths, bumps or changes to your skin around the vagina, penis or rectum. If in any doubt, speak to your doctor as soon as you can.

Do genital warts mean I have cancer?

The HPV strains causing genital warts do not cause cervical cancer in women, penile cancers in men or anal cancers. About 90% of HPV infections disappear within 2 years. However, some other HPV strains are persistent and may cause these cancers later in life. Women can take advantage of cervical cancer screening programs that are available.

Is HPV related to HIV?

No. They are entirely different viruses with entirely different symptoms and outcomes.

When should I start treatment?

You should do this as soon as the symptoms of genital warts appear. This could be up to a year after having skin to skin contact or unprotected sex with a person suffering from genital herpes. If you know your partner has genital herpes and you are concerned you have caught it from then, consult your doctor who will be able to test you and advise you how to proceed. You should get treatment within the first few days of symptoms appearing to make the warts clear up as quickly as possible. Contact DrEd online if you start to realise symptoms of genital warts and if suitable, you will be sent Condyline to treat them.

Should I complete the prescribed treatment even if all my symptoms clear?

Yes. This is really important. Even if the warts clear up, you must complete your course as this will reduce the risk of future infections.

Do you need a prescription?

Yes, you can get this and purchase Condyline from DrEd online.

Can I drink whilst using this treatment?

Theoretically alcohol will not affect the active ingredient in Condyline and so will not affect your treatment. However, you should be aware that the Condyline solution contains alcohol.

What does the treatment look like?

Condyline itself is a clear colourless liquid. It will be contained in a child-resistant bottle, with various applicators.

How do I use Condyline?

The most important thing to remember is to use Condyline as your doctor has told you. This tends to be the method required if this is your first outbreak of genital warts:

  • Treat yourself in the morning
  • Wash any parts affected by warts with soap and water and dry these parts well
  • Place the applicator into the bottle, enough for the hole in the applicator stick to be filled with solution
  • Apply this onto the wart
  • Leave the solution to dry itself
  • Cover every wart in a similar way, but do not use more than 50 drops in total
  • Wash your hands carefully
  • Follow the same routine twice a day for three days (leave 12 hour gaps between treatments)

It is likely that your warts will clear up after this. However, if they do not clear, consult your doctor: they will probably advise you to continue the routine above for another three days in the following week. If the warts are still persistent, you may need to continue this routine (3 days per week) for four to five weeks.

If you apply too much solution in the same place, wash excess solution off.

If you get the solution into your eye, rinse with cool water immediately.

If someone drinks the solution, seek medical assistance immediately.

If you miss a wart, or miss a treatment, then apply the treatment as soon as possible. However, if it is coming up to the time of your next treatment, skip the previous treatment you forgot and continue with the plan as normal.

What does Condyline contain?

0.5% Podophyllotoxin is the active ingredient. The solution also contains lactic acid, sodium lactate and 96% alcohol.

Side Effects

It is very rare to experience an allergic reaction to the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, but if this does happen, stop taking the medication immediately and seek medical assistance. Signs of an allergic reaction will be difficulty breathing, swollen face, eyelids and lips and itchy, blotchy skin.

Some people may experience mild skin irritation after the treatment has been applied. This is unlikely to be painful, but if it becomes so, consult your doctor as soon as possible.

If you experience any other changes, consult your doctor.

Warnings

If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in Condyline, do not take it. If you experience an allergic reaction whilst using Condyline, stop usage immediately and seek medical assistance.

You must not use Condyline on skin that is healthy, wounded or open.

You should inform your doctor of any medications you are taking whilst using Condyline, although there are no specific medications which should interact with the Condyline solution.

You must be more restrained with your use of Condyline if:

  • You are female
  • You are a male with an area of warts over 16cm2

You should not use Condyline if you are breast feeding or pregnant.

Condyline should not affect your ability to drive or operate machinery.

Avoid unprotected sex after application because the active ingredient may irritate your partner.

 

 

 

If you have a question about this service, please email info@dred.com with the question, and one of our doctors will get back to you within 24 hours.

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