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Warticon

What is Warticon?

Warticon podophyllotoxin 0.5% w/v solution and Warticon 0.15% w/w cream Podophyllotoxin (also both referred to throughout this text as Warticon) belongs to a group of medications called antivirals. The active ingredient in the medicine is from a plant extract called podophyllotoxin, derived from the roots of the podophyllum plant.

Warticon is a genital warts treatment used to remove the physical symptoms of the human papillomavirus in the genital area. Warticon wart treatment can be used by both males and females to treat genital warts present on the foreskin of the penis and on the vagina.

Warticon is prescription only - it is only available to you from a pharmacy or online service if you have seen a doctor and have obtained a prescription for Warticon.

To find out more about Warticon or for further information, please see the Patient Information Leaflet for Warticon Solution and Warticon Cream.

How it works

Genital warts are a contagious sexually transmitted disease that is spreadable through sexual intercourse. It is possible to give them to, or get them from, a sexual partner.

Warticon is a topical treatment that penetrates into the wart cells, and like other antiviral medicines, works by preventing a virus from multiplying and growing. Over time, this can kill the wart and prevent it from spreading.

The genital warts virus can be passed on even when warts are not visible. Genital warts are caused by a type of the human papilloma virus (also known as HPV). As HPV stays in the skin, it is possible for genital warts to return.

Before you take it

Most people over the age of 18 that require treatment may use Warticon. In some circumstances, the treatment may be unsuitable if you are already using another product containing podophyllotoxin or if your warts are on or near bleeding, damaged or broken skin.

Warticon contains podophyllotoxin. If you are allergic to podophyllotoxin, you must not use Warticon. Speak with your doctor to discuss an alternative treatment for your condition.

Warticon contains phosphoric acid. If you are allergic to phosphoric acid, you should not use Warticon.

The diagnosis of genital warts should be made by a qualified healthcare professional only.

Warticon will not treat other sexual health problems, such as chlamydia or genital herpes. You must visit your doctor or take an STI test to determine the type of infection you have and whether Warticon is a suitable treatment. You may require other treatments to address your condition.

Warticon is for external use only.

We do not prescribe any medications to people under 18 years old.

Dosage Instructions

It is usually advised to avoid sexual contact while using Warticon as the treatment can be harmful to unaffected skin. If you are sexually active, wear a condom as genital warts can be spread through skin-on-skin contact.

For Warticon Solution application:

  1. Thoroughly wash the surrounding areas with soap and water. Gently dry area with a clean towel.
  2. Using a new applicator with each use, apply Warticon directly to the wart. Try to avoid applying the solution to healthy skin.
  3. Repeat step 2 with each wart.
  4. Allow the solution to fully dry before letting other skin touch the affected area.
  5. Replace the lid of the Warticon solution on tightly and wash your hands thoroughly.

For Warticon Cream:

Warticon cream is applied twice a day every 12 hours. You should use it once in the morning and evening for three consecutive days. Do not apply cream for the next 4 days, this completes one treatment course.

After the second or third day, you may notice mild irritation of the areas treated, this indicates that the treatment is starting to work.

If warts have not improved 7 days after you started using the cream, repeat the treatment course as described above - three days’ treatment, four days with no treatment.

A maximum of 4 treatment courses may be applied, over the course of four weeks. You must consult with your doctor if Warticon is not working as expected, as another method of treatment may be best for you.

Please note that Warticon can also cause adverse reactions of the skin. Hands should always be washed thoroughly before using the treatment. Should a severe skin reaction occur, stop using Warticon and seek medical advice from a sexual health clinic or healthcare professional.

For Warticon cream application:

  1. Thoroughly wash the surrounding areas with soap and water. Gently dry area with a clean towel.
  2. Use your fingertip to apply the cream to cover each wart completely. Try to avoid applying the solution to healthy skin.
  3. Repeat step 2 with each wart.
  4. Allow the cream to fully dry before letting other skin touch the affected area.
  5. Replace the lid of the Warticon cream and wash hands thoroughly.

Common Side Effects of Warticon

Warticon, like all medicines, can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. Side effects may appear in the application area of the skin.

Possible but less serious side effects of Warticon are:

  • Wearing away of the top layers of the skin
  • Skin irritation on the surrounding areas of the wart
  • Itching or burning sensation on the application site

Additional, more serious side effects:

  • A reaction such as pain, bleeding or swelling
  • Weeping wound or damage to the top layer of skin
  • Skin ulcer or blistering
  • Dryness or discolouration of the skin

It is possible that you are allergic to some of the ingredients in this medication. Please tell your doctor immediately if you experience the following symptoms of an allergic reaction:

  • Skin rash and swelling
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Inflammation of the legs, arms, face, lips, throat, or tongue
  • Increased heart rate
  • Confusion or anxiety

If you are experiencing an allergic reaction, stop using Warticon and tell your doctor right away.



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Is Warticon suitable for Children?

No. The safety of Warticon in children under 18 years of age has not been established and is therefore unsuitable for children.

Do I need a prescription?

Yes. You need a prescription to buy Warticon. Our service allows you to obtain a prescription after a free online consultation. Order Warticon through our website with one of our registered pharmacists.

I’m pregnant. Can I use Warticon?

Warticon or podophyllotoxin isn’t recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Consult your doctor first before using this medication during pregnancy, breastfeeding or if you suspect you may be pregnant.

What happens if I miss a dose?

If you forget to take your prescribed dose at the right time, take the Warticon treatment as soon as you remember. If it is close to your next dose, skip the missed dose and take your treatment when it is time to use the medicine again. Never double dose to make up for a missed or forgotten dose.

What happens if I take too much?

It is important to never increase or decrease the amount of applied Warticon unless your doctor tells you to. Always use this medication as directed with your prescription. If you have accidentally applied more than intended or than what is recommended, please wash the area with soap and water and contact your doctor.

If you do not seem to be getting better or the wart appearance does not improve, you should check with your doctor to ensure you are being given the correct dosage and treatment. You may require an alternative treatment.

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