Generic Name and Formulations:
Sinecatechins 15%; oint.
Indications for VEREGEN:
External genital and perianal warts (Condylomata acuminata) in immunocompetent patients.
≥18yrs: Wash hands. Apply ointment to each wart 3 times daily for up to 16 weeks. Do not cover treated area.
<18yrs: not established.
Not for treatment of urethral, intra-vaginal, cervical, rectal, or intra-anal human papilloma viral disease. Do not use on internal or mucous membrane warts or on open wounds. Wash ointment off if severe reaction occurs. Avoid sexual contact with ointment on skin. Immunosuppressed. May stain fabrics. Avoid sun, UV light on treated area. Pregnancy. Nursing mothers.
Concomitant use of condoms or diaphragm: not recommended (ointment may weaken rubber).
Local reactions (eg, erythema, erosion/ulceration, edema, pruritus, burning, pain/discomfort), phimosis, inguinal lymphadenitis, urethral meatal stenosis, dysuria, bleeding, hypersensitivity, superinfection.
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