Wartec Cream In Pakistan

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Product Size : 5g
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Buy Wartec Cream In Pakistan At Starting Price Of Rs 1500 PKR - Available In Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Bahawalpur, Peshawar ,Multan, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, Hyderabad, Faisalabad, Quetta And All Other Major Cities Of Pakistan.

How Warticon works

Warticon is a topical treatment that is applied directly to genital warts on and around the genitals. Because genital warts are not only caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) but also kept alive by it, the active ingredient (podophyllotoxin) doesn't attack the wart tissue directly (which would ultimately prove ineffective) but instead attacks the HPV itself.

With the virus unable to divide and spread, the symptoms subside and warts die. Over time, the wart tissue falls away, and healthy tissue grows in its place.

Read more about genital warts symptoms here.

Choosing Warticon cream or solution
Warticon cream or solution is a suitable treatment option for confirmed genital warts that appear on the external skin of the penis, vagina, or surrounding area of the groin. Warticon is not licensed for the treatment of warts that appear around the anus.

The solution is more frequently recommended for men due to the nature and position of their genitals, with the cream more often recommended for women, but you may choose otherwise if you wish - there are no significant differences in cure rates between the two options - Warticon cream and solution are similarly effective.openclickshop.pk

Warticon cream is a white cream that soaks in on application. Warticon solution is a blue solution that may cause the area of application to become blue during treatment.

How long does Warticon take to work?

If you follow the recommended course of treatment (two applications per day, 12 hours apart, for three consecutive days of each week), genital warts treated with Warticon should be fully eliminated within four to five weeks. If warts have not cleared by this point, you should visit your doctor or sexual health clinic to explore further treatment options, such as cryotherapy.

What Warticon includes

Depending on the formulation you select, Warticon is provided as a 5g tube of white cream or a 3ml container of blue solution. The solution can be slightly more challenging to apply and thus requires the use of a small applicator which is included with the treatment. Only a very small amount of treatment is required because of the potency and the limited area of treatment (individual warts or small wart clusters) - one box of either type is enough for four weeks of treatment.

The medicine will contain a patient information leaflet (PIL) confirming the application instructions and diagrams for the treatment, so be sure to consult it if you're unsure exactly how you're supposed to be using the medicine. Additionally, keep it with or around the tube or container so it's readily available in the unlikely event of a medical emergency.

Upon receipt of the product, adhere to standard medical storage practice: keep it away from direct heat and light (a dry, cool area is ideal), and ensure that it is inaccessible to children. There are otherwise no special storage conditions for either formulation.

About the supply chain

Warticon is a registered trademark of Stiefel Laboratories, owned by GlaxoSmithKline.

The cream formulation of Warticon is manufactured by Stiefel directly from premises in Ireland, while the solution formulation is manufactured on behalf of Stiefel by Famar from a production facility in the Netherlands.

Alternatives to Warticon

Other topical genital warts treatments and creams include Aldara, Condyline, and Wartec. Condyline also contains podophyllotoxin and is an equivalent treatment to Warticon solution. Aldara contains imiquimod, a drug that stimulates the immune system to fight HPV and therefore destroys genital warts. Aldara is a more expensive treatment option, however, warts treated with Aldara are less likely to return than those treated with Warticon or Condyline.

Aside from topical treatments, you can also seek physical removal of warts through surgery (burning them away or slicing them off using a blade or a laser) or freezing (killing the tissue so it eventually falls off). This may be necessary if you have a large number of warts, topical treatment is not suitable or it has not been effective. Your GP or sexual health clinic can advise you if this is the case.

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