UTI Treatments, Tests,
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We've partnered with PlushCare to connect you to high-quality doctors. Get treated and prescribed medication without leaving home.

We've partnered with Plushcare to get you the care you need.

Uqora has partnered with Plushcare to get you fast, high quality care. Through Plushcare, you can speak with a doctor and get antibiotic treatment, if appropriate, within 2-hours at your preferred local pharmacy. Save $10 with code 'uqora' or simply use the link above.

Do you have a UTI now?

We've partnered with PlushCare to connect you to high-quality doctors. Get treated and prescribed medication without leaving home.

How do you know if you have a UTI?

A UTI is an infection in any part of the urinary system, which includes the kidney, bladder, and urinary tract. Most infections affect the lower tract system, although more severe UTIs typically involve the kidney or the bladder. Symptoms of UTIs can vary in the type of infection you have; some typical symptoms of an infection include:

  • Constant urge to pee, even if you can’t (or don’t have to)
  • Cloudy or bloody urine
  • Painful to urinate, or there is no relief from peeing
  • Your pee smells strong, or even bad. This is caused by excess ammonia in our urine, which is usually a sign of an infection
  • Pressure in your bladder or pelvic area

If you experience multiple symptoms, it’s best to go see a doctor as soon as you can. To relieve severe symptoms, your doctor may prescribe you general antibiotics to take before the lab results for your infection come back.


What should I do if I have a UTI?

First of all, don’t be alarmed if you do unexpectedly get a UTI. They’re quite common, especially for women, and it is easily treatable with a round of antibiotics. Because symptoms can be frustrating and unanticipated, it’s important to know when to consult a healthcare professional to seek treatment and make sure that your infection does not get any worse.

If you do get a UTI, the main things to remember are to check in with your doctor who can prescribe the right treatment for your UTI. Then, start planning for prevention! (Psst, we can help you with that.)

 

Go to your doctor.

A doctor can tell you the kind of infection you have and how to treat it. There are several types of bacteria that can cause a UTI. To be able to tell exactly what kind of strain of bacteria is causing your infection, your doctor will take a urine sample that will provide a culture. The culture will provide information about the kind of treatment needed to treat the infection, so it’s important to seek a healthcare professional for a prescription.

Don’t worry; most UTIs are simple infections that can be treated easily with a round of antibiotics. But if you have kidney or bladder health issues, talk to your doctor for an adjusted prescription or alternative method to treat your infection. 

Do you have a UTI now?

We've partnered with PlushCare to connect you to high-quality doctors. Get treated and prescribed medication without leaving home.

We've partnered with Plushcare to get you the care you need.

Uqora has partnered with Plushcare to get you fast, high quality care. Through Plushcare, you can speak with a doctor and get antibiotic treatment, if appropriate, within 2-hours at your preferred local pharmacy. Save $10 with code 'uqora' or simply use the link above.

How do you know if you have a UTI?

A UTI is an infection in any part of the urinary system, which includes the kidney, bladder, and urinary tract. Most infections affect the lower tract system, although more severe UTIs typically involve the kidney or the bladder. Symptoms of UTIs can vary in the type of infection you have; some typical symptoms of an infection include:

  • Constant urge to pee, even if you can’t (or don’t have to)
  • Cloudy or bloody urine
  • Painful to urinate, or there is no relief from peeing
  • Your pee smells strong, or even bad. This is caused by excess ammonia in our urine, which is usually a sign of an infection
  • Pressure in your bladder or pelvic area

If you experience multiple symptoms, it’s best to go see a doctor as soon as you can. To relieve severe symptoms, your doctor may prescribe you general antibiotics to take before the lab results for your infection come back.


What should I do if I have a UTI?

First of all, don’t be alarmed if you do unexpectedly get a UTI. They’re quite common, especially for women, and it is easily treatable with a round of antibiotics. Because symptoms can be frustrating and unanticipated, it’s important to know when to consult a healthcare professional to seek treatment and make sure that your infection does not get any worse.

If you do get a UTI, the main things to remember are to check in with your doctor who can prescribe the right treatment for your UTI. Then, start planning for prevention! (Psst, we can help you with that.)

Go to your doctor.

A doctor can tell you the kind of infection you have and how to treat it. There are several types of bacteria that can cause a UTI. To be able to tell exactly what kind of strain of bacteria is causing your infection, your doctor will take a urine sample that will provide a culture. The culture will provide information about the kind of treatment needed to treat the infection, so it’s important to seek a healthcare professional for a prescription.

Don’t worry; most UTIs are simple infections that can be treated easily with a round of antibiotics. But if you have kidney or bladder health issues, talk to your doctor for an adjusted prescription or alternative method to treat your infection. 

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