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Genital wart at the anus area, warticon cream, sore skin, ulcers around anus, painful unable to sleep

Hello, I have been diagnosed with a genital wart at the anus area. I was prescribed warticon cream for treatment. I followed the treatment course and after the 3rd day the skin was really sore. Ulcers began to appear around the anus and it is constantly burning. I understand that the healthy skin will be irritated with the cream but is it normal that it is too painful to even sleep? is there anything that I can use to help cure the damaged skin and relief the ulcers effect? Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Hello and thank you for asking HCM,

I understand your concern. These symptoms are possible side effects of warticorn cream, an allergic reaction. You should go to your GP as soon as possible or to your pharmacyst to get an another prescription. Until than try to avoid this cream and wash this area with clear water.

I hope this answer was helpful to you.
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