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Condyline

  • Condyline solution available to buy online for genital warts treatment.
  • Condyline
  • Condyline solution available to buy online for genital warts treatment.
  • Condyline
  • Condyline for genital warts treatment
  • Condyline

How to buy Condyline cream online

You can buy Condyline (podophyllotoxin) 0.5% topical cream quickly and easily online here at Medilico. To place your order for Condyline cream you will be required to complete a simple and confidential online consultation form, which is available at the checkout section when you select your chosen treatment for genital warts.

Is it safe to order online?

Your completed form will then be checked by a member of our team of UK registered doctors who will then approve your prescription if they deem Condyline cream as a suitable treatment for your particular bout of genital warts. All of the treatments that we provide are approved by the National Pharmacy Association .

Your order of 3.5ml Condyline cream will be delivered to you via our next day delivery service. All of the medications that we provide online are delivered in plain, discreet packaging with no mention of our brand. This ensures that your privacy is upheld.

What is included in the price?

When ordering Ventolin online here at Medilico, this is an all-inclusive price including the prescription, consultation, medication and delivery. There are no hidden costs. The price adjusts depending on the dosage and quantity you have ordered.

Do I need a prescription?

Yes, a prescription is needed when you buy 3.5ml Condyline (Podophyllotoxin) cream online. The prescription you will require can be quickly and easily obtained once you have filled out your online consultation form during the checkout. A member of our team of UK registered doctors will provide your prescription for this treatment after your online consultation form is reviewed and then approved according to the personal details you have provided. Here at Medilico Condyline cream is provided solely for the treatment of genital warts.

The purpose of this prescription is that it can ensure that Condyline cream is both suitable and effective for your use when treating genital warts. The prescription will instruct how much of the solution you should use according to your unique set of circumstances and requirements as each case of genital warts is unique.

What is Condyline?

Both male and female patients who are treating clusters of genital warts on the penis or around the female external genitals can use Condyline cream. This form of genital wart is referred to as condylomata acuminate. Whilst this solution can effectively treat external warts, it does not act as a cure for the root cause of genital warts, which is the human papilloma virus (HPV). Condyline cream alleviates irritation and inflammation caused by warts and eventually helps to clear your current bout of genital warts.

How does Condyline work?

Condyline, containing the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, effectively treats the external symptoms associated with genital warts by influencing cells of genital warts. It targets the nucleus of these cells to control the area of the cell that controls both the division and multiplication of cells. This stops the reproduction of these cells, leaving them to eventually die until they are replaced with healthy cells. This is because it allows your immune system to battle against the human papilloma virus (HPV) causing genital warts.

How to use Condyline cream

Condyline (podophyllotoxin) topical cream is very easy to use for the treatment of genital warts. This treatment should be used twice a day over the course of three days for all adults using this treatment unless instructed otherwise by your doctor.

Located below is a list consisting of the steps that should be followed when using 3.5ml Condyline solution to treat genital warts:

  • Begin in the morning by washing your hands and the affected area with mild soap and water, then dry well.
  • Dip the applicator stick in the bottle so that the hole in the stick fills with the solution.
  • Apply a thin layer to the wart(s) and allow to dry naturally.
  • Place the cap back on the bottle and wash your hands.
  • Repeat steps 1-3 12 hours later on the same day in the evening, then twice a day for three days in total.

Using Condyline cream correctly

In order to use 3.5ml Condyline cream correctly for the treatment of genital warts you should never exceed 50 dips when covering your warts with the solution. You should also avoid using this cream on broken, bleeding, wounded, raw or healthy areas of skin, as it can cause irritable side effects.

This treatment is for external use only. Therefore, it shouldn't be applied to internal warts. If the solution accidentally comes into contact with your eyes, lips or nostrils you can wash it off with some water. If you experience any irritation on the area of skin you have applied the cream you can wash the Condyline cream off with some mild soap along with water.

Storage

To store your bottle of 3.5ml Condyline cream correctly it should be kept out of the reach of children. Your bottle of solution should be stored at room temperature (25°C) and kept away from open flames, as it contains alcohol as an ingredient, which is flammable.

The solution should not be used after a period of six weeks from the date you first opened your bottle of Condyline solution. The expiry date is displayed on both the carton and bottle.

You should not dispose of this cream with wastewater or household waste. In order to protect the environment it is recommended that you talk to a pharmacist to discuss the best way to dispose of the medicine, if it is past its expiry date.

Condyline dosages

Condyline cream is currently only available to buy online at Medilico in a dosage of 3.5ml, 0.5% of which is the active ingredient podophyllotoxin. You can only order one glass bottle of 3.5ml Condyline cutaneous solution at a time. 3.5ml is the correct dose for up to five weeks of use. It is recommended that when using this dosage of Condyline cream to treat genital warts you should never exceed 50 dips into this cutaneous solution. If your warts haven't disappeared after five weeks of using the 3.5ml dose of Condyline cream you should contact a medical professional to discuss your condition.

Condyline side effects

Similarly to other prescription treatments, Condyline solution can potentially cause side effects during and after use. Possible side effects caused by this treatment are recognised as being only mild in nature and some individuals may not experience any side effects when using Condyline cream. Side effects are particularly prevalent if the cream is applied healthy or broken skin.

The common side effects that can occur when using this medicine include:

  • Irritation on the area of skin it's applied
  • Redness
  • Stinging sensation
  • Itchiness
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting

If you experience any of these possible side effects and they persist, or if you experience more severe side effects, such as swelling, pain or an allergic reaction, it is recommended that you speak with a doctor as soon as possible and stop using your Condyline cream.

Condyline precautions

Before you buy 3.5ml Condyline topical cream for the treatment of genital warts, there are a number of precautions that should be carefully considered. These include the following:

  • Do not use Condyline solution if you are allergic to any of the ingredients found within the solution, including the active ingredient podophyllotoxin 0.5%, lactic acid, sodium lactate and alcohol (96%).
  • For men, if warts cover an area larger than 4x4cm the solution should only be applied under close medical supervision.
  • For women, Condyline cream should only be used under close medical supervision.
  • It is recommended that you should not use Condyline solution during pregnancy or whilst you are breastfeeding.
  • Condyline solution shouldn't be applied to healthy or broken skin.
  • Condom instructions should be read carefully before use as this treatment can weaken the latex of a condom.
  • This topical solution shouldn't be applied to warts located inside the genital or urinary tract is it only recommended to be used on clusters of warts referred to as condylomata acuminate.
  • Do not use excessive amounts of Condyline cream for long periods of time as it can cause systemic toxicity, which can affect the entire body.
  • Avoid contact with your eyes, as it can cause severe irritation.
  • If you are currently experiencing any conditions that can't be found in the list above, please ensure that you include them when you complete your online consultation after placing your order for Condyline cream. This will ensure that you can use Condyline cream safely and effectively when treating your case of genital warts.

    Other medication interactions

    Currently, there are no known medical interactions associated with the use of 3.5ml Condyline cream, although you should avoid using other treatments containing the active ingredient podophyllotoxin. Even though no negative or harmful interactions have been discovered, it is important that you still list all treatments you are currently using when you fill out your online consultation form during the checkout section. This includes non-prescription medicines that you can buy over the counter. The purpose of this is that our team of UK registered doctors can ensure your safety when using Condyline cream to treat genital warts before you make your purchase.

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