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Aldara Cream takes a special place in the treatment of severe skin diseases, which are difficult to medicate. This topical cream is effective in the treatment of various types of dermatological diseases, incl. anogenital infections that are transmitted sexually.
Aldara Cream is created on the basis of the immunomodulating agent Imiquimod. This active ingredient stimulates the production of endogenous interferon, and, thus, exerts a potent immunomodulatory, antiviral and antitumor effects.
The results of clinical studies have proven that the antitumor Aldara Cream is effective in the treatment of:
- Actinic (solar) keratosis
- Anogenital warts
- Superficial Basal cell carcinoma (sBCC)
Aldara Cream is available on the market for more than 15 years already, so its clinical impact on skin diseases was studied well. From the standpoint of evidence-based medicine, the efficacy of Aldara Cream in the treatment of carcinoma, keratosis and genital warts is beyond question.
Aldara Cream can be used in the early stages of basal cell carcinoma, as well as in patients, in whom surgical treatment of this disease is undesirable.
Today, most experts agree that Aldara Cream is one of the best topical medicines, approved for the treatment of precancerous skin conditions. Its undoubted advantage over other treatment methods is the possibility of self-use at home.
Aldara is prescribed only to adults and adolescents, aged 12 years and older. However, doctors can prescribe this antitumor cream to children after carefully studying the benefits and potential risks.
Before the start of an immunomodulatory therapy course, you should discuss with your doctor the dosage and frequency of Aldara Cream use. The frequency of use depends on the type of disease.
- Patients with keratosis should use Aldara Cream regularly, twice a week, for 4 months**.
- To cure genital and/or anal warts, Aldara Cream should be used 3 times a week for 1 month*.
- Patients with carcinoma should apply Aldara Cream to the affected skin area 5 times a week, within one and a half months**.
* If signs of anogenital infection disappeared earlier than 1 month after the start of treatment, patient can stop using this immunomodulatory cream.
** If several doses of Aldara Cream were missed during the treatment period, the duration of the antitumor therapy should not be increased.
Aldara should be applied not only to the tumor, but also to healthy skin on the area that covers one cm from the edge of the tumor. One cream application is effective for 8 hours. You should wash Aldara Cream off the skin 8 hours after the application, and thoroughly wash your hands under running water.
To obtain and maintain a high level of immunomodulatory and antitumor effects, you must strictly comply with the treatment regimen, appointed by the attending physician.
If possible, patients should protect their skin from direct sunlight, avoid visiting the solarium and hot baths. It is not superfluous to use sunscreens with a high SPF level (50 and above).
It should be noted that the immunomodulating Aldara Cream can be effective in the treatment of skin diseases, which are not listed in the list of indications for its use. The reasonability of Aldara Cream use "not for its intended purpose" should be discussed with a dermatologist.
Like other antineoplastic creams, Aldara can cause dermatological adverse reactions, including dermatitis, peeling, itching, and dry skin.
If side effects cause serious discomfort, your doctor may recommend replacing Aldara Cream with alternative therapies for keratosis, carcinoma or anogenital infections.