Condylox is an FDA approved, topical prescription drug that is used to treat genital warts
Carefully follow the instructions given by your doctor. Read the instruction label of the drug if you want to make sure. You will be asked to apply only 0.5 ml of Condylox every day, divided in two applications. Condylox treatment will be followed for three consecutive days. These three days will be followed by 4 days of rest from treatment. This will continue for the duration of four weeks to achieve the product’s best results.
Talk to your doctor about your medical history, including any allergies to any medication. There may be conditions that will subject you to dose adjustments or even special monitoring during the period of treatment. You should talk to your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant of breastfeeding. The effects of the drug on the unborn child and the breastfeeding baby are not yet known. Use birth control during treatment.
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember but skip it if it is almost time for the next dose.
Some of the milder side effects of Condylox include burning, inflammation and pain, mild to moderate itching, pain during sexual intercourse and unpleasant odors. Call your doctor if your symptoms worsen or persist or are unusual. Other more serious but rarer side effects include stinging, bleeding and swelling of the area. Call your doctor immediately if you experience this or if you are experiencing an allergic reaction.
Store Condylox at room temperature. Keep it away from children and promptly discard when expired.
If you suspect an overdose, seek emergency medical attention. A topical overdose my include confusion, diarrhea, fever, nausea, numbness, seizures, tingling and vomiting.
The product is a cream and must only be applied externally. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after application. Do not recommend to anyone else.