Aldara, also known as imiquimod, is a cream used to treat genital warts, and it works by stimulating the body’s immune defences against the human papilloma virus. Aldara is normally able to make the external genital warts go away in as little as 16 weeks. It only needs to be applied three times a week and can also reduce any discomfort associated with warts on the skin.
You can order Aldara 5% topical cream from OnlineClinic, which comes with twelve 250mg sachets. This highly effective cream can completely cure genital herpes within just six weeks of treatment. Also, small warts can clear up within only two to three weeks.
Our quick and easy reordering service ensures that you can receive Aldara easily in the future, should you require it. To buy Aldara cream for genital warts, all we ask is that you fill out the quick online consultation before completing your purchase. Once this has been reviewed by one of our UK registered doctors, you can securely order your treatment. This treatment is then sent via our next day delivery service. All of our medication is discreetly packaged for delivery, ensuring confidentiality.
Aldara is a topical cream applied to external genital warts and contains the active ingredient imiquimod. Whilst its primary use to treat genital warts, you can also buy Aldara to treat certain skin conditions (non-hyperkeratotic and non-hypertrophic actinic keratoses) and sun damage. At this time, we only prescribe Aldara to treat genital warts.
Classed as an immune response modifier, Aldara helps the body's natural defences combat the symptoms of the human papilloma virus (HPV), known more commonly as warts, working as a dual treatment to alleviate uncomfortable or painful symptoms and clearing warts completely. Many people notice the infection disappearing within 16 weeks. Although Aldara can clear bouts of warts, it's important to remember that viral STIs are incurable, and warts may appear again in the future.
|Short facts about Aldara|
|How to use||
Aldara cream comes in easy to use sachets to be applied of the affected area. It should be applied three times a week for up to 16 weeks to external warts which should clear the appearance and associated symptoms.
|How it works||
Aldara is a immunomodulator medication, meaning it aids your natural defences to combat the virus and the appearance of the genital warts directly.
Any bouts of genital warts will be completely cured within 6 weeks of treatment for the vast majority of users. Small warts can disappear within 2-3 weeks.
Aldara is available to buy at OnlineClinic as a 5% cream of 250mg per sachet, 100mg of which is the active ingredient imiquimod.
Mild side effects are rare, but can include skin irritation, flu-like symptoms, headaches, backache and muscle pain or nausea.
These types of medication are known as immunomodulators, as they work directly with your immune system by stimulating the body's natural defences, stopping the virus from spreading further and clearing up symptoms completely.
Containing the active ingredient imiquimod, when thinly applied Aldara is able to attach itself to immune cells in the area to encourage the chemical defence system, which then causes the release of cytokines that attack the HPV cells directly. If the HPV cells are continuously under attack by the body's immune cells, it'll be unable to form more infected cells, thus preventing the spread, as well as combatting existing warts.
Being a topical cream, Aldara is really simple to use with a small chance of side effects, as it is not ingested.
Using Aldara as soon as possible will help to quicken the recovery period, so if you find there are patterns in bouts, you can stock up in advance (always check the expiry date before use). For further information, you can read the patient leaflet at the bottom of the page. Always read instructions carefully before use.
Each sachet of 5% Aldara contains 250mg of cream (usually a white colour, occasionally pale yellow). 100mg of this 250mg is the active ingredient imiquimod. At OnlineClinic, you can buy 12 sachets of Aldara 5% cream per pack.
Side effects with Aldara are unlikely, but they do occur. Normally they are mild and could include:
The most common out of all of these is skin irritation with pain and burning noted.
Please ensure that you apply the cream straight to the wart only, as the dosage can cause a reaction on normal skin. If you experience anything more extreme or if these side effects become persistent, you should seek medical help straight away.
For any severe side effects, or signs of an allergic reaction, stop taking the medication immediately and consult your doctor.
There are also some precautions to take before you decide to buy Aldara for a minority of users. These include the following:
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