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You can order Condyline 0.5% 3.5ml solution here at OnlineClinic. This is the recommended dosage when treating genital warts. You shouldn't exceed 50 dips into the solution.
As with all medication in the UK, you need a prescription before buying the treatment that we offer here at OnlineClinic. Avoid a face-to-face doctor's appointment and surgery wait times with our quick, free and confidential online consultation. When approved by one of our doctors, the medication will be shipped for free next day delivery in discreet packaging.
Condyline is a solution that you can buy online to successfully treat bouts of external genital warts. Whilst the STI cannot be cured completely, Condyline can reduce symptoms within days and the genital warts can disappear completely within 2 weeks of ordering the treatment.
Typically used for smaller, soft warts, Condyline contains the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, a plant extract from the roots of the podophyllum plant. This is applied directly to the wart(s) for focused treatment, meaning the virus is cleared quicker.
This solution is suitable for nearly all warts, however, those more stubborn growths, large warts and clusters may require you to buy stronger treatment.
|Short facts about Condyline|
|How to use||
Condyline is used twice a day for up to six weeks, directly on the genital warts. Stubborn bouts can take the maximum time, whilst others may clear within two weeks.
|How it works||
The active ingredient podophyllotoxin targets the wart(s) by stunting the virus's progress, allowing your body's natural defence to combat the spread and cure the bout completely.
The vast majority of people find their warts clearing up within weeks, with some taking the full six-week timespan. Condyline is also very well tolerated.
The Condyline solution is available to buy online in a dose of 3.5ml, with 0.5% for the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, a plant extract from the roots of the podophyllum plant.
Sides effects when using Condyline are rare. The most common noted is skin irritation. If you experience this, wash thoroughly with lukewarm water and contact your doctor if it persists.
The effectiveness of Condyline lies in the active ingredient podophyllotoxin, found in the roots of the podophyllum plant. By covering the genital wart in the solution, HPV's ability to spread is stopped, resulting in your immune system fighting back against the virus.
As the solution is rubbed directly onto the wart, Condyline works much quicker at alleviating any symptoms experienced and curing the bout within a few weeks.
The solution is simple to use and highly effective, providing the correct instructions are followed:
Within a week, soft warts should have cleared, if not you can repeat this process for up to six weeks. However, do consult a medical professional to make certain.
As genital warts is a chronic virus, you can order Condyline to combat future bouts. For further information, you can read the patient leaflet at the right of the page. Always read instructions carefully before use.
You can buy each pack of Condyline at OnlineClinic in a 3.5ml solution with 0.5% of podophyllotoxin. The patient leaflet, which is also available at the right of this page, states that you shouldn't exceed 50 dips into the solution.
As the solution is not ingested like oral medication, side effects are particularly slim. Common side effects still only occur in approximately 10% of people with genital warts and these may include skin irritation, especially if used on healthy or broken skin. If you are experiencing severe side effects that could be an allergic reaction, swelling, pain and severe irritation, then you should stop using Condyline and contact your doctor as soon as possible.
There are also some precautions to take into account before you buy Condyline. These include the following:
Note that genital warts cannot be cured. All treatment for the condition works by curing the most recent bouts of genital warts, but not the virus altogether.
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.