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ALDARA DRUG INFORMATION, ABOUT ALDARA®
GENERIC ALDARA: Imiquimod
COMMON BRAND NAME: ALDARA
WHAT IS ALDARA?
Aldara is used topically to treat genital warts on the skin of the anal and genital areas. This medication will not cure warts. New warts may possibly appear during treatment.
Aldara is sometimes prescribed for other reasons. Ask your physician or pharmacist for more information.
HOW TO USE ALDARA
Aldara comes as a topical cream in one-dose packages. It is important to wash your hands before and after applying Aldara. One dose of Aldara is to be applied three times per week in a thin layer to the wart area, just before going to sleep. A regular schedule is suggested - Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Rub the cream into the skin until no more cream is visible. Do not cover the area. Aldara should remain on the skin for 6 to 10 hours. Wash the area upon waking with mild soap and water. Follow the directions on the label carefully. Ask your physician or pharmacist to explain anything you do not understand. Use Aldara exactly as directed. Do not alter the dose (use more or less or use more often) than prescribed by your doctor.
Before using Aldara:
ALDARA and PREGNANCY
ALDARA and BREAST FEEDING
If a dose is missed, apply Aldara just before going to bed on the day that you remember. Apply only that one dose. Do not apply a double dose. Restart a schedule of Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, depending on what day you resume treatment.
ALDARA SIDE EFFECTS
Aldara side affects are not common, but they can occur. Tell your physician or health care provider if any of these symptoms are severe or remain:
Keep all appointments with your physician. Use Aldara externally only. Avoid sexual contact while the cream is on your skin. Aldara may also weaken vaginal diaphragms and condoms.
Do not apply bandages, dressings, lotions, cosmetics, or other skin medications to the area being treated unless your physician tells you to.
Do not give anyone else your medication. Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about refills. Tell your doctor if your condition does not go away or gets worse.
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