Medically PROVEN to Treat Genital Wart Outbreaks as They Occur!
- Aldara Cream is a medical breakthrough – Aldara is the first FDA-approved, immune response modifier treatment cream for Genital Warts!
If you suffer from GENITAL WARTS outbreaks, Aldara Cream may be for you.
For NEW Aldara clients only, to learn how to request an INITIAL Consult
Refill Consult for returning Aldara Medical Wellness Center clients only
IMPORTANT WARNING: Aldara Cream treats genital wart, but does NOT prevent the spread of the warts to others! Even while using Aldara you are still contagious to others
IMPORTANT WARNING: Do NOT use Aldara cream if pregnant or breast feeding.
IMPORTANT WARNING: Do not use Aldra cream internally or if you suffer from HIV/AIDS, or have a severely compromised immune system.
MEDICAL WELLNESS CENTER PROVIDES:
- The easiest, most CONVENIENT, and DISCREET way to receive medical treatment for your most private health needs — All from the PRIVACY and comfort of your home or office!
- No waiting rooms, No embarrassment, No high fees!
- RISK-FREE Online Physician Evaluation. If you have been previously diagnosed by a physician to suffer from recurrent genital warts, learn if Aldara Cream is for you. If Aldara is not for you, the visit is FREE.
- If approved, the Physician Consultation fee is only $49.95 plus processing. You will be issued an Aldara prescription for a box of 24 packets plus 3 refills with no further consultation fee charges.
- NO HIDDEN FEES! Do NOT be fooled by sites that offer free doctor consultation and require medication purchase. No medication purchase required.
- You can choose to fill your prescription at most any local United States Pharmacy of your choice. Let your insurance cover the cost of the medication! It can not be filled at a foreign, Canadian, or internet or online pharmacy or .COM version of a pharmacy.
- EXPRESS SERVICE Available – If you are suffering from a current genital warts outbreak you can request Express Service. Your prescription will be called into a local US pharmacy in approximately 24 hours.
HOW TO REQUEST A PHYSICIAN CONSULTATION FOR AN ALDARA CREAM PRESCRIPTION:
- First read about Aldara Cream and it’s contraindications and precautions.
- If you do not have any contraindications, then read and agree to the Waiver of Liability.
- Next, accurately and truthfully complete and submit a medical consultation questionnaire
- Your medial consultation will be reviewed by one of our Physicians. If approved, you will be issued an Aldara prescription with 3 refills why you can fill at most any local US pharmacy of your choice. This physician evaluation is RISK-FREE. If Aldara is not appropriate for you there is No charge.
- If you you are experiencing an acute genital warts outbreak, you can select Express service. Your prescription will be called into a local pharmacy in approximately 24 hours.
- If you have any health concerns in any way, you should contact your own physician for further advice.
Aldara Cream FAQ
WHAT ARE GENITAL WARTS?
Genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). About 4 million Americans suffer from genital warts, and it is the fastest-growing sexually transmitted disease with 750,00 new cases each year.
WHAT DO GENITAL WARTS LOOK LIKE?
Genital warts often appear as groups of warts in the genital and perianal areas in females and males. The warts may be very small or can form large masses on the genital tissues. The warts can cause itching, burning, pain, and tenderness. In women, the warts can occur on the vulva, perianal area, vagina, and cervix. In men, genital warts can appear on the tip or shaft of the penis, urethra, scrotum, and perianal area. If untreated, genital warts can cause discomfort and pain and interfere with sexual activity and develop into a large fleshy cauliflower-like appearance.
HOW ARE GENITAL WARTS SPREAD?
Genital warts are highly contagious and are spread through sexual contact with an infected partner. A person recognizable can be infected with the HPV virus and be asymptomatic without any recognizable warts, but can still infect their sexual partners. Even after the warts disappear with treatment, individuals still may harbor the HPV virus and infect their partners.
WHAT IS ALDARA CREAM & HOW DOES IT WORK?
ALDARA (Imiquimod) Cream 5% is a NEW therapeutic approach to genital warts and provides an effective treatment for genital warts that a person can apply at home. Aldara cream is the newest in a class of drugs called immune-response modifiers. It stimulates the immune system to fight the HPV virus that causes genital warts. Aldara cream is a vanishing cream specially formulated for the treatment of external genital and perianal warts in the male and female and is available by prescription only!
WILL ALDARA WORK FOR ME?
ALDARA is the first of its kind immune-system stimulating topical treatment for genital warts. If you have ever been diagnosed by a physician with genital warts and suffer from recurrent outbreaks then ALDARA may work for you. Aldara is a patient-applied topical cream available only by prescription containing the active ingredient Imiquimod in a vanishing cream base. In clinical studies Aldara was effective in clearing genital/perianal warts -over 70% of patients experienced a total clearance of warts and those who obtained a total wart clearance tended to remain clear.
WHAT ARE THE INDICATIONS FOR ALDARA?
Aldara cream is indicated for the treatment of external genital warts, perianal warts, and condylomata acuminata in adults. It must NOT be combined with any other topical medications to the affected area nor with any topical treatment for genital warts.
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO USE ALDARA CREAM?
Aldara Cream 5%, available by prescription only, is supplied in single-use packets that contain 250mg of the cream. The Aldara cream is applied to the affected area every other day, three times per week just prior to bedtime, and is left on the skin for 6 – 10 hours. The cream is applied in a thin layer and rubbed into the skin gently until the cream is no longer visible. The application site should not be occluded. Hand washing before and after applying the cream is recommended. In the morning the cream is removed by washing the treated area with mild soap and water. Treatment should continue until there is total clearance of the external genital/perianal warts or for a maximum of 16 weeks.
WHEN USING ALDARA CAN I STILL SPREAD THE VIRUS?
Yes! There is no cure for genital warts and once you have the HPV virus in your body may always be contagious to your sexual partner even if asymptomatic. You are extremely contagious during an outbreak of genital warts and Aldara Cream DOES NOT alter the contagious nature of genital warts. Once you have genital warts, even if you don’t have active outbreaks you are always potentially contagious.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF ALDARA CREAM?
No life-threatening symptoms have ever been reported. Aldara is applied topically to the affected area only and is NOT routinely systemically absorbed, therefore it has a negligible chance to interact with other drugs. Aldara cream is to be applied topically and used externally only. It is NOT intended for internal use. In case of accidental consumption of cream call 911 for emergency help or your local poison control center. There are very minimal side effects associated with Aldara cream topical application. The most common side effects which occur frequently are local skin reactions such as erythema, (redness) erosion of the site, flaking of the skin, and swelling. If severe local skin reactions occur, the cream should be removed by washing with mild soap and water. A rest period of several days may be taken if required, and treatment can be resumed after the skin reaction has subsided.
Uncircumcised men with warts under the foreskin have an increased potential for significant local skin reactions because of the occlusive nature of this area. Therefore, uncircumcised males who apply Aldara cream under the foreskin need to retract the foreskin daily and thoroughly wash and dry the area.
WHO SHOULD NOT USE ALDARA CREAM?
- Aldara cream should not be used by Pregnant or Nursing women.
- Do not use Aladra cream internally.
- Do not use Aldara cream if you suffer from HIV/AIDS, or have a severely compromised immune system, or have a bone marrow or organ transplant unless prescribed by your primary care physician.
Always inform your doctor before starting therapy.
In order to proceed to the medical consultation, you must go to the next section and read the complete list of contraindications. Then you must verify that you do not have any of the contraindications, you are not pregnant and are not breast feeding.
Before Proceeding to the Medical Consultation Form please read
CONTRAINDICATIONS, PRECAUTIONS and WARNINGS
and accept the Waiver of Liability
There are NO known absolute contraindications to the use of ALDARA cream, but there are several precautions. Aldara cream use has not been thoroughly evaluated in a number of situations:
- Aldara cream should ONLY be used in the treatment of EXTERNAL genital warts on the genital and perianal area. Aldara cream has NOT been evaluated for the treatment of internal genital/anal diseases such as urethral, intravaginal, cervical, rectal, or intrarenal Human Papillomavirus (HPV).
- There is NO clinical experience with Aldara Cream used immediately following the treatment of the genital/perianal warts with other cutaneously applied drugs, therefore DO NOT use Aldara cream along with any other topical treatments to the genital/perianal area.
- Aldara has the potential to exacerbate inflammatory conditions of the skin, and one must WAIT until the genital/perianal tissue is healed from any previous drug or surgical treatment.
- Uncircumcised males who apply Aldara cream under the foreskin need to retract the foreskin daily and thoroughly wash and dry the area. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN LEAD TO PAINFUL STRICTURING AND SCARRING OF THE FORESKIN AND MAY EVEN NECESSITATE CIRCUMCISION!
- Anyone with a severely compromised immune system or advanced HIV disease should not use Aldara unless prescribed-by and under the direct supervision of their regular primary-care physician. If you have any questions about your medical condition, consult your primary care physician before using Aldara cream.
- Hypersensitivity to any ingredient of Aldadra cream contraindicates usage: to Imiquimod or any of the inactive ingredients: isostearic acid, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, white petrolatum, polysorbate 60, sorbitan monostearate, purified water, benzyl alcohol, glycerin, xanthan gum, methylparaben, and Propylparaben.
- Absolutely no one under the age of 18 should use Aldara cream.
- Pregnant women and nursing mothers should NOT use Aldara cream, there are no adequate studies to guarantee safety, and whether the active ingredients may get into breast milk.
Aldara is approved for the treatment of acute outbreaks of genital warts in ADULTS with NORMAL immune systems only! There are no adequate studies of Aldara during pregnancy or breastfeeding, therefore Aldara should not be used by pregnant women or nursing women.
The safety of Aldara in patients under 18 has not been established, therefore it is not recommended that anyone under age 18 should use Aldara cream.
Aldara should only be applied externally to the genital and perianal area.Aldara should NEVER be applied internally to mucous membranes inside the vagina or cervical area or inside the rectal or urethral area. Use caution and do not get in the eyes. Aldara is to be used externally, topically only! If ingested by mistake call 911 immediately or your local poison center for emergency treatment.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS – SIDE EFFECTS:
When using Aldara cream as directed, local skin reactions such as erythema (redness), erosion, flaking, and edema (swelling) along with some discomfort, burning, itching are very common and does not mandate discontinuance of treatment.
If you should develop a more severe local skin reaction, you should remove the cream by washing the treated area with mild soap and water.After the skin reaction has subsided in several days, you can resume treatment with Aldara Cream.
IMPORTANT PATIENT INFORMATION:
Aldara cream is not a cure for genital warts and transmission of infection to others can occur during asymptomatic viral shedding even when there is no lesions present. Aldara does not alter the need for precaution in spreading the disease to others.
Aldara 5% cream may weaken condoms and vaginal diaphragms. Therefore, concurrent use is not recommended.
- This medication is to be used as directed by a physician. It is for external use only. Eye contact should be avoided.
- The treatment area should not be bandaged or otherwise covered or wrapped as to be occlusive. White cotton underwear is recommended.
- Sexual (genital, anal, oral) contact should be avoided while the cream is on the skin.
- It is recommended that 6 – 10 hours following Aldara 5% cream application the treatment area be washed with mild soap and water. One must wash their hands before and after applying the cream.
- It is common for patients to experience local skin reactions such as erythema, erosion, flaking, and edema at the site of application or surrounding areas. Most skin reactions are mild to moderate. Severe skin reactions can occur and should be reported promptly to your own regular primary care physician.
- Uncircumcised males treating warts under the foreskin should retract the foreskin and clean the area daily. Failure to do so can lead to the structuring of the foreskin or scarring and could even necessitate circumcision!
- Patients need to be aware that new warts may develop during therapy, Aldara is NOT a cure.
I DO NOT HAVE ANY OF THE ABOVE CONTRAINDICATIONS:
In order for Medical Wellness Center Physicians to provide you with the best care you need read and agree to Waiver of Liability and you need to reply honesty to all questions and you need to understand any and all risks and side effects associated with ALDARA CREAM.
By accepting “I Agree” means that you have read the above contraindication, precautions, and warnings and honestly acknowledge that you do not have any of the above contraindications to Aldara therapy. Also, that I am aware that I may still be infectious even if taking Aldara or even when I am asymptomatic.