Warticon

Have you been diagnosed with genital warts? Be prepared for outbreaks with Warticon.

  • Easy to use cream treatment
  • Low risk of side effects with non-invasive treatment

Warticon is a topical treatment used to treat outbreaks of genital warts. It is a cream variant of the podophyllotoxin solution, which is also available under the brand name Condyline. The podophyllotoxin, which is the active ingredient in the cream, is taken from the roots of the Indian species of plant, Podophyllum. Warticon is a popular treatment for genital warts as it is safe and easy to use, and can clear an outbreak of warts in as little as four weeks.

Warticon as a treatment

Warticon contains the active ingredient podophyllotoxin which is able to penetrate the tissue of the genital wart to reach the nucleus. This is the most important part of the wart because it controls the cells’ ability to reproduce. Without this capability, the genital warts cannot survive. The podophyllotoxin targets the nucleus and prevents the multiplication and growth process. Healthy tissue replaces the dying wart cells, and the outbreak of warts gradually disappears.

Benefits of Warticon

Warticon acts swiftly to clear an outbreak of genital warts, and can completely clear the warts in just four weeks. It also has the benefit of being a non-invasive treatment, which means that you are extremely unlikely to experience the kind of pain and scarring that usually occurs in other genital warts treatments such as electrocautery and cryotherapy. Warticon cream is very easy to use; you are able to apply the cream privately and in your own time, without needing to worry about visiting a doctor for surgical removals.

Side effects

Warticon is believed to be a very safe treatment, but it is a prescription medication and as such poses a small chance of side effects. Such effects are usually very mild and fleeting and typically occur at the point of application. For example, you may experience some soreness, irritation or inflammation at the affected area.

Rarer side effects such as a severe allergic reaction, which is usually characterised by a rash or hives, swelling of the face and shortness of breath, should be dealt with by a qualified health professional as a matter of urgency.

Taking Warticon

If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients used in Warticon, especially podophyllotoxin, you should not take this treatment. This will not be a suitable treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. You should not use Warticon on open or wounded skin. It is also not suitable for children.

Dosages

Wash your hands with soap and hot water, and then apply a small amount of the cream to the affected area using the tip of your finger. Do this twice a day for three consecutive days. If necessary, you can continue this course of treatment - each three day period should be followed by a four day break - for a total of four weeks.

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