Condyline

Treat genital warts with a topical solution

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What is Condyline?

Condyline solution is commonly used to treat genital warts. Genital warts are a common STI (sexually transmitted infection) that can be passed by anal and vaginal sex, as well as through sharing sex toys.

Condyline is a branded alcoholic solution. The generic name is podofilox. Condyline is used to remove certain kinds of warts on the outside skin of the genital area, such as the penis or vulva. The solution is not used to treat warts that occur inside the vagina or rectum. Condyline works by destroying the skin of the wart.

How does Condyline work?

Condyline solution works by stopping the wart cells from dividing. This stops the warts from increasing in number. When the wart cells die, new healthy tissue begins to grow in its place.

How to take Condyline

To use Condyline correctly, follow the steps below:

  1. Begin the treatment in the morning
  2. Before you apply Condyline, you must wash the affected parts with water and soap
  3. Make sure to dry well
  4. Dip the end of the plastic applicator stick into the bottle (there is a hole at the end that should be dipped enough so it can be filled with solution)
  5. Apply the solution onto the wart and let it dry naturally (use the solution to cover all your warts in the same way, but only a small number or area of warts should be treated at one given time)
  6. Put the top back onto the bottle tightly and wash your hands
  7. You should repeat steps 1 to 5, 12 hours later on the same day.
  8. You should then apply the solution twice each day (in the morning and evening) for the next 2 days.

You will not need further treatment in the first week. You must also not use more than 50 dips in one go. If you do not see any improvements with your warts after one week of treatment, or they have not gone away, you should speak to your doctor. They will give you advice such as repeating the steps above for a second time. The treatment course may need to be repeated up to 4 more times.

Should the solution get into your eye, you must immediately bathe them with water. You must not keep bathing the eyes as this could result in irritation. If in doubt, you should let your doctor know right away.

If you apply too much Condyline by mistake or apply it to the wrong area, you must wash it away with water and soap. Should someone happen to drink Condyline solution, they must visit A&E straight away.

If you forget to use Condyline, you should apply it as soon as you remember. Never take a double dose to make up for the one you have forgotten. Always follow the instructions given by your doctor.

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Medically reviewed by:
Dr Kathryn Basford

Dr Kathryn Basford is a qualified GP who works as a GP in London, as well as with ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training through Whipps Cross Hospital in London.

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Article created: 28 Sep 2021

Last reviewed: 28 Sep 2021


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