Condylox is a great cure for warts that appear in the external genitalia and the peri-anal area. If you are suffering from genital warts, or what you suspect to be genital warts, consult your physician immediately. If your doctor prescribes Condylox, go through the warnings and precautions listed below before you start administering the cream or the liquid solution.
Condylox is the first-ever FDA approved drug for the treatment of genital warts. It gets to the root of the problem and treats ano-genital warts in just a matter of 4 weeks, before they grow carcinogenic or deadly.
1. Apply as instructed: Apply Condylox as instructed by your physician. An overdose or an under-dose can lead to a series of problems, hence stick to your doctor’s advice. Not more than 10 cm of the wart tissue or 0.5 ml of the solution should be used in a day. Apply only twice a day for 4 days a week and continue in the same way for about 4 weeks. 2. If you have allergies, talk to your doctor: If you are already on prescription medication or have allergies to the Penicillin family of drugs or any other type of drugs, talk to your doctor before taking Condylox. You may not be able to use topical application and may require a dosage adjustment as it may lead to skin allergies.
3. Condylox during pregnancy and breastfeeding: Not advised. It is also not advised if you are planning to become pregnant. The drug is listed in the FDA pregnancy category C. So, you cannot be sure as to whether the drug will affect the unborn baby and whether it will pass on to the baby through breast milk. So, always talk to your gynecologist before taking Condylox.
4. Over-dosage needs medical attention: If you suspect an overdose of Condylox, you need medical attention immediately. Symptoms that show up in case of an overdose are – nausea, diarrhea, fever, numbness, nervousness, seizures and unconscious states.
5. What to do in case of a missed dose? Don’t dump yourself with Condylox if you have missed a dose and if the time for your next dose is just 2 hours away. If your next dosage is not near, treat the wart area immediately.
6. Storage and usage: Store Condylox in a cool, dry place away from moisture. Keep out of reach of children and throw away any expired drug after usage. Application of Condylox is always topical. It is available both in liquid (solution) and cream form.
7. Side effects: Side effects are numerous. You need to contact your doctor to avoid any life-threatening situation if you experience the following side effects – shortness of breath, swelling of lips, face, tongue and excessive burning or pain or bleeding or swelling of the treatment area. There are other less-critical side effects like redness, itching, burning sensation, pain and moderate swelling or inflammation of the treated area. If the side effects continue even after 3 days, consult your doctor and seek his advice. Other side effects may include unpleasant smell or pain during intercourse. This is why is advised to remove Condylox before any sexual act.
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