Aldara is a prescription topical cream used to treat various skin conditions, in particular, genital warts. For external usage, Aldara can relieve the symptoms within weeks, eventually clearing the presence of the warts completely but does not cure the virus completely.
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Aldara (imiquimod) is a cream used to treat many skin conditions - including most commonly, genital warts - but is also used for precancerous growths (actinic keratosis) and certain types of skin cancer. It acts as an immune response modifier (IRM), which means it works with the immune system to stimulate the body's natural defence mechanisms. The cream is designed for topical (external) use for the treatment of external genital warts and can be used in patients over the age of 12. When buying prescription medication such as Aldara online in the UK, you must be over 18.
Although the primary use and purpose of prescription for Aldara is for the treatment of external genital warts, it is also said to provide a useful action against certain skin conditions including:
When used correctly, Aldara cream can lead to a variety of benefits.
As well as these benefits, Aldara 5% cream has also been proven to be effective when treating other skin related problems such as superficial basal cell carcinoma and actinic keratosis
Aldara contains the active ingredient imiquimod, which acts by stimulating the natural defence mechanisms of the body. Scientists believe that the imiquimod binds to the immune cells present in skin and causes them to release defence chemicals known as cytokines.
Cytokines help the immune system to fight viral infections by preventing the multiplication of viruses in cells. They also help to stop malignant or abnormal cells from increasing. As genital warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), Aldara (imiquimod) stimulates the body's immune system to target the HPV virus directly, treating the genital warts directly.
There are some people who should buy Aldara (imiquimod) cream with caution as it may cause adverse reactions or simply not work effectively. These groups of people include those who:
Uncircumcised men who have warts on or under the foreskin may also need to seek alternative treatment.
This medication is not suitable for children. It is also not safe for adults who are allergic to any of the ingredients in the cream. If the genital warts are inside the genitals or anus, this medication should not be used, as Aldara (imiquimod) cream is meant for external genital warts only.
Aldara (imiquimod) cream is currently only available in a 250 mg, 12-sachet dosage, and is most effective if it is applied three times per week to the external genital warts.
You should continue the treatment until the warts have cleared, and for no longer than 16 weeks. Do not apply the cream to broken or wounded skin, and make sure that you only apply it in a thin layer. If any symptoms of genital warts persist after 16 weeks, contact your doctor for further information.
Aldara is a prescription medication and as such contains a small risk of adverse side effects. If these do occur they are likely to be mild and could involve:
These are usually not common and tend to be either very manageable, or disappear quickly.
There is a very small possibility of more serious side effects. If you feel you are experiencing any of the following, you should consult a doctor as a matter of urgency; any kind of allergic reaction including hives or rash, difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips or throat; chest pain or an irregular heartbeat; vaginal pain or swelling; blistering, bleeding, severe irritation or pain at the application site.
As you continue to use the cream, your body should be accustomed to it, on the other hand if side effects persist, then you should contact a qualified healthcare provider for advice.
There are a number of precautions you should consider before you decide whether to buy Aldara cream. These include:
You can purchase Aldara (5%) 250mg cream from HealthExpress by just clicking on the link below to start your fast and simple online consultation. Your consultation will be checked over by one of our registered doctors, who will assess your suitability regarding the severity of your particular symptoms and the dosage available. If your consultation is approved, you will be able to buy this medication, safely and securely, along with other treatments that are suitable for your particular condition.
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