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  • For genital warts
  • Alcoholic solution
  • Apply three days a week
  • Five-day course
  • Not to be used while pregnant or breastfeeding

About Condyline

Condyline is a medicine that is used to treat genital warts. This STD produces warts on the genitals and around the anus. Genital warts are caused by sexually transmitted HPV infections.

Condyline is an alcoholic solution that contains the active ingredient podophyllotoxin. This medicine kills cells infected with the HPV virus, which helps the warts go away faster.

How to use Condyline

Each pack of Condyline contains an alcoholic solution and a supply of plastic applicator sticks. Carefully put the solution directly on to a wart. Be careful not to apply this medicine on healthy skin. Let the solution dry completely by itself, making sure it doesn't run onto normal skin. (Condyline can cause skin irritation.) To protect the skin, you can apply a protective layer of a neutral cream, Vaseline or zinc ointment the healthy skin surrounding the warts.

This medicine should only be used on three consecutive days a week. Do not apply the solution on the other days of the week. A full course of treatment lasts five weeks.

Wash your hands thoroughly after application and throw away the plastic applicator stick. Do not let Condyline come into contact with the eyes. If contact with the eyes happens, rinse the eyes immediately with water and seek medical help. Do not use the solution on any mucosa.


Dosage and length of treatment should be determined by a doctor. The recommended dose in adults is:

  • Apply the solution to the warts twice each day for three days. Do not apply the solution on the next four days. Repeat this course of six treatments on the three consecutive days of the next week, up to a maximum of five weeks.

This medicine is not suitable for use in children.


This medicine does not interact with alcohol. Condyline does not affect your ability to drive.

If you use more/forget to use Condyline

If you use more Condyline solution than you were told to, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Get immediate medical attention if you think that you or anyone else may have swallowed this medicine.

If you forget to use Condyline and it is almost time for your next treatment, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular dosing schedule.

When not to use Condyline

Do not use Condyline if you are allergic to one of the ingredients in this medicine (see section 'What Condyline contains’) or if you are currently using other preparations containing podophyllotoxin.

When should this medicine be used with caution?

Consult a doctor if you are not sure Condyline is suitable for you.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

Condyline may be harmful to a developing baby. Do not use this medicine if you are pregnant without consulting a doctor first.

Condyline should not be used while breastfeeding as it may be harmful to infants.

Other medicines and Condyline

Tell your doctor if you are taking, have recently taken or might take any other medicines. This includes medicines obtained without a prescription and herbal medicines.

Side effects

Condyline can cause side effects. These may include redness, pain or lesions (abnormal growths) on the skin. Side effects on healthy skin and mucosa may occur (see section ‘How to use Condyline'). Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if the side effects are severe or if you experience side effects that are not listed in the package leaflet.

What Condyline contains

The active substance is podophyllotoxin (5 mg/ml). This substance is dissolved in alcohol. The other ingredients are: lactic acid, sodium lactate, alcohol.

Package leaflet

Read the package leaflet before use. The official package leaflet of Condyline is available for download here.

Patient Leaflet(s)

Reviewed by:

Dr Arco Verhoog, Pharmacist Registrationnumber: BIG: 19065378617 Last checked: 12-09-2023 | Still valid

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