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Buy Condylox or Generic Podofilox Online

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Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
0.5% (3.5mL)
BRAND LISTING - Condylox (called Condyline in Canada) (Podofilox)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
.5% (3.5mL)
Product description medically reviewed by Dr. Ami Patel, PharmD (March 10, 2020)

What is Condylox or generic Podofilox?

Condylox or generic Podofilox (which may also be referred to as Condyline Podofilox cream) is a topical prescription medication used to manage external genital and perianal warts most commonly resulting from the human papillomavirus (HPV).

The active ingredient in Condylox works by preventing the growth of cells that make up genital or perianal warts. This medication is not a cure for genital warts or HPV, but it can help eliminate outbreaks of genital warts.

People who deal with certain kinds of external genital or perianal warts may be prescribed Condylox or generic Podofilox.

Drugs similar to Condylox include:

Conditions treated by Condylox or generic Podofilox

Condylox or generic Podofilox topical solution is typically used for the management of genital warts, which are caused by certain types of the human papillomavirus (HPV). These warts typically arise on the skin around a person's genitals or anus. Estimates suggest approximately 360,000 people deal with this condition every year.

There are different types of HPV, which is an infectious disease and the most common sexually transmitted infection. Low-risk forms of HPV are most likely to cause genital warts.

A person may develop genital warts after having skin-to-skin contact with someone who is already infected. (Most often, this contact occurs during anal, oral, or vaginal sex.) The infection is most likely to spread if a person is experiencing an active outbreak of genital warts, though it can spread even when symptoms are not present.

While Condylox may assist in managing outbreaks of genital warts, it is not a cure for genital warts or HPV. Even after treatment, old warts may reoccur or new warts may appear, and it's still possible to spread HPV to a sexual partner.

Condylox may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by a medical professional.

What to know before using Condylox or generic Podofilox

Prior to using Condylox or generic Podofilox, keep the following in mind.

  • Tell your doctor about any medical conditions or medications you already take. Also let them know if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant.

  • Carefully follow your doctor's directions for using Condylox or Podofilox cream. Do not use Condylox on warts that have not been vetted by your doctor.

  • Do not use this medication inside of your rectum, urethra, or vagina, and avoid getting this medication in your eyes.

  • Tell your doctor if your condition does not get better after four treatment cycles. Consult your doctor regularly during treatment to monitor your progress.

  • It's important not to have sex on the same day that you've applied Podofilox solution. Also avoid having unprotected sex at any time, as Condylox is not a cure for genital warts and does not protect against sexually transmitted infections.

  • Be aware that Condylox gel is flammable and should not be exposed to excessive heat, cigarettes, or other open flames.

  • If you miss a dose and it is near the time of your next dose, continue with your regular dosing schedule. If you miss a dose and it is not near the time of your next dose, take the dose as soon as you remember and then continue with your usual schedule. Do not double up on doses. If you believe you have overdosed, seek emergency medical attention. Be aware that using extra Condylox may increase the risk of experiencing side effects. If you accidentally spill Condylox on healthy skin, wipe it off immediately and wash with soapy warm water and rinse well. Do not drink alcohol for several hours after applying Condylox. If you have diabetes or problems with your circulation, talk to your doctor before using Condylox. Don't use Condylox on red or inflamed areas.

Possible side effects of Condylox or generic Podofilox

Potential Condylox or Podofilox side effects may include:

  • Allergic reactions

  • Dizziness

  • Bleeding

  • Pain at the application site

  • Headaches

  • Insomnia

  • Nausea

  • Pain during sex

  • Vomiting

  • Inflammation, dryness, flaking, stinging, burning, or other irritation at or around the application site

This is not a complete list of side effects. If these or other side effects occur, consult a medical professional immediately.

Condylox or generic Podofilox FAQs

  • What is the proper dosage for Condylox or generic Podofilox?

    Condylox or generic Podofilox topical is typically prescribed as a 0.5% solution or gel. Your doctor will tell you the proper dosage for your particular condition. In general, most people apply Condylox twice daily every day for three days and then discontinue treatment for four days. This pattern may be repeated for up to four cycles or a total of four weeks.

  • What is the difference between Condylox and Condylox generic?

    Condylox and generic Podofilox contain the same active ingredient, which helps prevent the growth of cells that form genital or perianal warts. As a general rule, it's cheaper to buy Podofilox generic than it is to purchase brand-name Condylox. If you're not sure whether the brand name or generic medication is right for you, consult your doctor.

  • What is the proper way to store Condylox or generic Podofilox?

    Store this medication at room temperature and away from direct cold, heat, moisture, or open flame. Keep the cap tightly sealed while this medication is not in use. Store Condylox out of the reach of children and pets. When it's time to discard this medication, do not flush it down the drain or throw it in the trash; consult your local pharmacist for proper disposal guidelines.

  • The information provided on the website is intended to facilitate awareness about healthcare products and medical conditions generally but it is not a substitute for professional medical attention or advice. You should always speak with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking any prescription or non-prescription drug.