How long does it take Podofilox to work?
Tell your doctor or health care professional if your symptoms do not start to get better within one week. The weekly treatment course can be repeated up to 4 times. If the wart does not resolve in 4 weeks, a different treatment should be considered.
How quickly does Condyline work?
Condyline is easy to apply on these external symptoms and controls their contagiousness within the first three days of application. With proper administration, this solution can clear the symptoms of genital warts within 4 weeks.
Does Wartec cream work?
Wartec Cream helps most people with anogenital warts but it may have unwanted side effects in a few people. All medicines can have side effects. Sometimes they are serious, most of the time they are not. You may need medical treatment if you get some of these side effects.
How long does Warticon take to work?
When you can expect results. If you follow the recommended course of treatment (two applications per day, 12 hours apart, for three consecutive days of each week), genital warts treated with Warticon should be fully eliminated within four to five weeks.
What is the side effect of Podophyllin?
Your skin can absorb large amounts of this medicine if you apply too much, which may cause life-threatening side effects. Early signs may include confusion, hallucinations, stomach pain, diarrhea, muscle weakness, problems with balance or coordination, fever, sore throat, and unusual bleeding or bruising.
Is Warticon cream or solution better?
Warticon 0.15% cream and Warticon 0.5% solution both contain the same active ingredient Podophyllotoxin. Even though cream is easier to apply, research suggests that Podophyllotoxin 0.5% solution may have slightly greater level of effectiveness compared to its counterpart Podophyllotoxin 0.15% cream.
Can you use Warticon for more than 4 weeks?
How long do I use the treatment for? You only need to treat the skin while you have warts. Once the warts have gone you should stop the treatment. You can use Warticon solution for up to 2 weeks, or longer if the warts are getting smaller but are not quite gone.