Is there any way to protect myself and/or others from getting genital warts?
Genital warts are extremely contagious. Approximately two thirds of all people will be infected when they come in contact. The only way to protect yourself and others from contracting genital warts is to avoid contact. Latex condemns provide some protection, but are not 100 percent full proof.
How do I use the Condylox Genital Warts Topical Gel?
In order to get the full effect, make sure the affected area is dry before applying the Condylox solution. Take a Q-Tip and apply small amount of gel to the area. Do not exceed .5 grams in one day.
What if I miss a dose?
Do not take double doses of this medication. If you miss a dose, wait till the next one.
How often do I use the Condylox Gel?
Normally you should use Condylox twice a day in 3-day cycles. Once a 3-day cycle is finished, wait 4 days in order to begin using another dose. If genital warts do not clear within 4 weeks, consult with your doctor about continuing with this topical solution.
Does Condylox cure genital warts completely?
No. Condylox is a prescription gel that is used in the treatment for genital warts and is not considered a cure. Condylox does not lessen the chance of infecting others. Therefore, take precautions when engaging in sexual activity, even if there are no visible lesions.
Are there any side effects?
Frequent side effects associated with Condylox include local skin reactions such as burning, redness, flaking, swelling, itching, and erosion. These side effects are generally common and do not mandate discontinuance of treatment.
Who shouldn't take Condylox?
Condylox has not been approved for people 18 and under. The safety in patients under 18 has not been established. In addition, women who are pregnant or nursing should never take this prescription medication. Condylox is a topical gel and can absorb through the skin. Certain ingredients in the Condylox topical solution may cause birth defects in babies.
What can happen if I take too much Condylox?
If you take too much Condylox, you may experience moderate to severe symptoms including: abnormally fast breathing, blood in urine, mood swings, diarrhea, fever, kidney failure, fatigue, nausea, respiratory failure, seizures and vomiting. If you happen to apply too much Condylox gel to your skin, wash the area thoroughly with water and call your doctor in order to be safe.
Are there any precautions I should be made aware of before I start using Condylox?
Use the Condylox topical solution on EXTERNAL GENITAL WARTS ONLY. The FDA has not approved Condylox for treatment of internal genital/anal disease such as intra vaginal, cervical, rectal, urethral, or intra anal HPV. DO NOT use Condylox gel with other topical treatments. Uncircumcised males who apply Condylox Gel under the foreskin should retract and wash the dry area daily. Failure to do so can lead to scarring of the foreskin, which may require circumcision. If you have HIV, do not use this medication unless you are under direct supervision of a doctor.
Be sure to check with your doctor before you buy the Condylox gel online.
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