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Condyline®

Anti-viral

CONDYLINE is used in the treatment of anogenital warts.
  • CONDYLINE contains a solution of podophyllotoxin, a plant extract, which is used topically for warts around the anus, on the penis in males, or outside the vagina in females.
  • CONDYLINE works by stopping the warts growing and causing the warts to shrivel.
  • CONDYLINE belongs to a group of medicines which stop cells dividing. It is for EXTERNAL USE only and must be applied to the affected area only. It must not be swallowed. Avoid contact with the eyes. Always use gloves to apply the solution. Apply a layer of natural emollient to the surrounding healthy skin as a protectant before use. Apply with cotton tips and allow the area to dry thoroughly after application.

Condyline



CONDYLINE - Podophyllotoxin solution 5mg/ml 

Do not use CONDYLINE if pregnant of breastfeeding; on children. 

Tell your doctor if you have any allergies, or if you are taking any other medicine as these may affect how CONDYLINE works. 

CONDYLINE can cause some side effects. Side effects not listed here may occur in some patients. CONDYLINE may cause side effects such as irritation, redness and discomfort. If you experience burning itching, painful redness, swelling or fluid build up in the genital area contact your doctor. Your doctor may have prescribed CONDYLINE for another reason. Ask your doctor why this medicine has been prescribed for you. CONDYLINE is only available with a doctor’s prescription. 
Always use CONDYLINE strictly as instructed by your doctor. 

CONDYLINE is a funded prescription medicine. Normal doctors fees and Pharmacy charges apply. As with all medicines CONDYLINE has risks and benefits. Speak to your doctor to see if CONDYLINE is right for you. 

Note: Information on this site is not intended to replace the advice given by your doctor or other health professional. 

For further information, click on the helpful links below. 

TAPS no: PP3212.


Helpful Links

everybody.co.nz – Genital Warts
Consumer Medicine Information
Medicine Data Sheet

Last Updated: 16-09-2013
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