General description


    Condylox is indicated for treatment of anogenital warts (external genital warts and perianal warts).

    Condylox is not to be used to treat mucous membrane warts. The gel should be applied twice daily for 3 consecutive days, then discontinuted for 4 consecutive days. The gel should be allowed to dry before touching opposing skin surfaces. This one week cycle can be repeated until visible wart tissue has disappeared. Treatment should be discontinued if no visible change occurs after four treatment cycles. Application should be minimized to surrounding tissue, and treatment should be limited no more than 10 sq. cm of wart tissue and no more than 0.5 g of gel per day.

    No studies have been done regarding the safety and efficacy of treating warts on mucous membranes (including the urethra, vagina, and rectum). Patients should be advised to follow physicians' instructions at all times. This drug is flammable and should be kept away from open flame.

    Condylox is contraindicated for any patients who develop hypersensitivity to the drug.

Potential Adverse Effects
    The most commonly reported adverse effects were local irritation of the skin, including inflammation, burning, erosion, pain, itching, and bleeding.