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What are the side effects of Condylox topical solution?

Common side effects of Condylox topical solution include: inflammation, burning, itching, erosion and pain at the site of application. Less common side effects include: bleeding, peeling, dryness, tingling, swelling, scarring, blisters, bad odor and tenderness. Dizziness, blood in the urine, insomnia, vomiting and foreskin retraction may also occur as a result of using Condylox topical solution. Contact a doctor if side effects become worrisome or severe.

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