By restoring the damaged area and assisting in the formation of new skin layers where the wart once was, it promotes healing at the same time. Podowart functions by preventing wart cells from proliferating. By doing so, the wart is kept from spreading further and eventually dies off, leaving the unwanted growth completely gone.
Generally, you should cover any normal skin around the wart to prevent the medicine from spreading and carefully apply one drop of Podowart at a time to the wart with a toothpick or cotton swab until it is completely covered. However, the precise dosage and application method may change. Depending on your doctor's advice, leave the medication in place for 1 to 6 hours. Then, wash the area thoroughly with soap and water or wipe it with rubbing alcohol to remove it. It is unsafe to get Podowart on normal skin, so wash your hands afterward. For up to six weeks, repeat once daily as necessary. Always pay attention to your doctor's advice and heed any medication-related instructions, as these will be more tailored to your particular situation.
If you miss a dose for any reason, unless it is almost time for your next dose, take it as soon as you can. In that case, skip the missed dose and carry on with your regular schedule.
Use Podowart only as instructed; take care. Never take two doses at once, regardless of whether you missed the previous one. Doing so increases the chance of experiencing side effects.
Podowart must be kept in a location that is between 15 and 30 °C (59 and 86 °F), ideally in a sealed, light-resistant container.