Genital Warts Treatment

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Find out if you have genitals warts and get a prescription for your treatment, quickly and without a face to face appointment.

There is more information on what causes genital warts, how the treatment works and any potential side effects later on this page.

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  1. A doctor reviews your details and any photos you send with your questionnaire
  2. Collect your treatment from an Asda Pharmacy or receive it through the post
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Different types of genital warts treatment

There is no cure for genital warts but you can treat them. Treatment for genital warts must be prescribed by a doctor. The type of treatment you get will depend on where the warts are and what they look like.

Aldara

This is an imiquimod cream applied directly to the genital warts. It works by stimulating your body’s immune system to attack abnormal cells. Aldara is applied to the genital warts 3 times a week before you go to bed. You need to wash it off 6 to 10 hours after you have applied it. It can take between 4 and 12 weeks before all the warts are gone, but you can repeat the treatment for up to 16 weeks following guidance from your doctor.

Condyline

This is a solution containing podophyllotoxin (a plant extract) which is applied directly to the genital warts. It can only be used on small, soft warts that cover an area less than 4cm x 4cm. It works by stopping the growth and spread of the warts. Condyline should be applied twice a day (12 hours apart) for 3 days. If warts are still there, you can repeat the cycle starting on the same day a week later. You can do this for up to 5 weeks.

Warticon

This is a cream containing podophyllotoxin (a plant extract) which is applied directly to the genital warts. It can only be used on small, soft warts that cover an area less than 4cm x 4cm. It works by stopping the growth and spread of the warts. Warticon is applied to the infected area twice a day (12 hours apart) for 3 days. If any warts are still there 7 days after you started the treatment, you can repeat the cycle. This can be done 4 times in a row by yourself, but if any warts are still there after that, you should consult 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: 02 Sep 2021

Last reviewed: 02 Sep 2021

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