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Condylox (Podofilox Topical) - Side Effects and Adverse Reactions



In clinical trials with Condylox Gel 0.5%, the following local adverse reactions were reported during the treatment of anogenital warts. The severity of local adverse reactions were predominantly mild or moderate and did not increase during the treatment period. Severe reactions were most frequent within the first 2 weeks of treatment.

 Adverse Reaction  Mild  Moderate  Severe
 Inflammation  32.2%  30.4%  9.3%
 Burning  37.1%  25.9%  11.5%
 Erosion  27.0%  20.8%  8.9%
 Pain  23.7%  20.4%  11.5%
 Itching  32.2%  16.0%  7.8%
 Bleeding  19.2%  3.0%  0.7%

Other local adverse reactions reported included stinging (7%), and erythema (5%); less commonly reported local adverse events included desquamation, scabbing, discoloration, tenderness, dryness, crusting, fissures, soreness, ulceration, swelling/edema, tingling, rash, and blisters.

The most common systemic adverse event reported during the clinical studies was headache (7%).

Drug label data at the top of this Page last updated: 2011-08-29

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