Genital warts are sexually transmitted infections caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). It manifests as small bumps on the genitals, the penis or vagina. Once the infection is transmitted to another person, it can bring in uncomfortable and painful symptoms, including itchiness on the affected area and a burning sensation.

There are ways to prevent the transmission of such infection. There are available vaccines that can protect the body against strains that cause genital warts, and prescription topical creams and other medications that can kill the source of the infection. Surgical procedures can also remove genital warts and prevent it from spreading. Either way, it is best to consult with a medical professional to treat this infection.

A prescription cream usually prescribed for genital warts is Warticon. It contains podophyllotoxin that helps kill the genital-wart-causing strain of HPV. You can search for Warticon reviews online to know more about the benefits of this product.

  • Kills genital-wart-causing HPV
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  • Eliminates genital warts in 7 days
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Warticon? 

Warticon contains podophyllotoxin, which is extracted from the roots of the mayapple plant (Podophyllum peltatum). It belongs to the drug classification called antivirals. This cream is used to treat genital warts located in a man’s penis or a woman’s vagina.

How does Warticon work? 

The antiviral ingredient in this cream will attack and kill the human papillomavirus (HPV), which will result in the death of the wart cells. After a few weeks, new and healthy tissue will replace the dead wart cells.

How to use Warticon?  

This medication is only available by prescription; you have to follow the directions as provided by your doctor to ensure maximum effectiveness and read the enclosed patient information leaflet for additional guidance.

The first step for the application of the cream is to clean the affected area. Wash the area with soap and water, then gently pat it dry. Also, ensure that your hands are clean by thoroughly washing it with soap and water; dry them well afterwards. Put a small amount of the Warticon solution onto your finger and evenly cover the wart with it. Be careful not to apply it onto healthy or unaffected skin. If this happens, wash the area thoroughly. After application, wash your hands to wash off any remaining product.

As mentioned, genital warts can spread through intercourse. While on treatment for genital warts or if you’re showing associated symptoms, you should not engage in any sexual activity to avoid passing and spreading the infection.

Warticon dosage

A gram of Warticon cream contains 1.5-milligram of its active substance–podophyllotoxin. It kills viral wart genital warts to prevent them from dividing and multiplying.

The recommended dose for this cream is twice a day; once in the morning and in the evening for three (3) days. After which, you should not apply any Warticon cream for four (4) days to complete one (1) treatment course. If you notice that you still have warts seven (7) days after your first use of the cream, you can repeat the treatment course, following the same process. But you can only have a maximum of four (4) rounds of the treatment course; if warts are still present after such, consult your doctor for medical advice or alternative treatments.

If you forget to apply the cream within your schedule, apply it as soon as you remember. However, you can skip it when it gets too close to your next application schedule; apply your next dose instead. Do not double dose or double the times you apply the product within one schedule to make up for the missed ones.

If you get the solution in your eye or mouth, rinse it with water immediately. However, if you accidentally ingest the cream, you should see your doctor right away or seek immediate medical help. Take the tube with you as you go to help your doctor know what you ingested.

Want To Know More About Warticon?

General warts are caused by HPV, which belongs to a group of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The infection can be uncomfortable and sometimes, painful; it can also cause severe itchiness which can lead to irritation. If not treated properly and immediately, it can spread to other people.

When you use Warticon, you can get rid of genital warts permanently as it goes down to the roots. It will restore your healthy tissues and make your daily and sex life return to normal.

Warticon is a medicated cream used to treat genital warts. It contains substances that may cause adverse effects. Therefore, you should consult your doctor before using it. If any of the following apply to you, it is best not to use this product:

  • If you have allergies (hypersensitivity) to podophyllotoxin or any of Warticon’s ingredients as listed in the leaflet
  • The areas where the warts are has broken, damaged or bleeding skin
  • If you are currently using another treatment that contains podophyllotoxin

Moreover, a lot of factors can affect your Warticon prescription, including but not limited to existing medical conditions and medications. You should inform your doctor if your warts are spread and cover an area larger than four  (4) centimetres. If so, it is advised that a medical professional apply the cream.

Also, other medications can affect or be affected by Warticon. You should inform your doctor if you are currently using other medications or treatments, including prescription and over the counter before you use this product.

This cream should not be used during pregnancy. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you should inform your doctor before having a Warticon prescription. In relation, you should consult your doctor if you want to use this cream while breastfeeding as you may have to choose whether to use Warticon or breastfeed.

More importantly, this is an external topical cream. You should not apply it inside your penis, vagina, or rectum. You should also not apply it on the healthy skin around warts. And do not cover the affected area with plaster or dressing after applying the cream.

As mentioned, genital warts are contagious. While under this treatment or while your genital warts are still present, you should not engage in any sexual intercourse to prevent the infection from spreading to other people. Although it is strongly not advised, if you ever do have sex, you should use condoms to help prevent the spread of genital warts and to protect your partner from podophyllotoxin since it can irritate his/her healthy skin.

Like any medication, Warticon can also bring side effects, especially when not used properly or used alongside interactive medications or treatments.

Contact your doctor right away if you experience any of the most common side effects of this medicated cream:

  • Wearing away of the skin’s top layers; weeping wound
  • Irritation on the application site
  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Burning sensation
  • Allergic reaction, pain, swelling, bleeding
  • Skin ulcer, scab, skin discolouration, dry skin, blister

If you experience severe burning, stinging, pain, bleeding, itching or swelling while using this product, wash it with soap and water immediately and stop using the cream. Consult your doctor right away.

You can only purchase Warticon with a prescription; it is not an over-the-counter treatment. It is available in most major pharmacies near you. You can also buy Warticon online; although a written prescription may not be needed, you may be required to undergo an online consultation to ensure it is the right treatment for your condition and symptoms.