UTI Emergency Kit

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With our UTI Emergency Kit you can test if you have a UTI with Clarify, quickly relieve pain and burning with Soothe, and control the infection with Combat until you can see a medical professional.

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Clarify is a pack of 3 individually wrapped test strips. Uqora Clarify includes the same test that doctors use to see if you might have a UTI.

Clarify is a good option for you if you suspect you have a UTI and you want to see your test results in just two minutes.

The tests work by detecting whether Nitrite and Leukocytes are present in your urine. Nitrites are a form of nitrogen that will often present itself if bacteria like E. coli are present in the urine. Leukocytes are white blood cells, which tend to show up when there’s inflammation or an infection in the urinary tract. The test evaluates if leukocyte esterase, an enzyme produced by white blood cells, is present in the urine. Generally, if both nitrites and leukocytes are detected in your urine, it’s likely that you have a UTI.

NOTE: Clarify will only detect certain types of bacteria, but not all. However, it will detect E. coli which is responsible for about 90% of all non-hospital associated UTIs.

Wet one test strip by holding it in your urine stream for 1-2 seconds. Then, wait 2 minute to read results. Match the color of the test strip pads to the color blocks on the foil pouch to read results. In just 2 minutes, you can read the key to know if you have a UTI so you can seek treatment.

We do not recommend using Clarify while taking Soothe or Uqora Flush. Soothe contains phenazopyridine hydrochloride, an orange organic dye. This dye enters the urine to take effect and relieve UTI pain. However, it also turns the urine bright orange! Since Clarify’s test strips use color to indicate if you might have a UTI, the orange urine will make them more difficult to interpret. If you’ve purchased both together, we suggest using Clarify before taking Soothe.

Uqora Flush contains Vitamin C. High intake of Vitamin C may impact the results of Clarify’s UTI test strips by impacting the perceived color. This could lead to a false negative nitrite result. For these reasons, while safe, we do not recommend taking Soothe or Uqora Flush before using Clarify.

When used properly, Clarify can detect that you may have a UTI. Clarify tests for both leukocytes (white blood cells) and nitrites. These tests performed together are more effective for detecting a UTI than testing for nitrite alone.

You should tell your doctor that your Uqora Clarify UTI test strip results are positive for nitrites and/or white blood cells (leukocytes).

Most substances will not interfere with the test. However, some medications, like Soothe, can affect the color of your urine, making it difficult to properly match the colors. For example, if you take more than 500 mg of Vitamin C in 24 hours, you may obtain a false negative nitrite result. The drug tetracycline may also cause a false negative leukocyte result. If you are having difficulty reading the test strip or getting a negative result while experiencing UTI symptoms, contact your healthcare professional immediately.

We do not recommend using Clarify while taking Soothe or Uqora Flush. Soothe contains phenazopyridine hydrochloride, an orange organic dye. This dye enters the urine to take effect and relieve UTI pain. However, it also turns the urine bright orange! Since Clarify’s test strips use color to indicate if you might have a UTI, the orange urine will make them more difficult to interpret. If you’ve purchased both together, we suggest using Clarify before taking Soothe.

Uqora Flush contains Vitamin C. High intake of Vitamin C may impact the results of Clarify’s UTI test strips by impacting the perceived color. This could lead to a false negative nitrite result. For these reasons, while safe, we do not recommend taking Soothe or Uqora Flush before using Clarify.

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Combat includes 24 tablets that help control a UTI by helping to inhibit the progression of infection.

Combat is a good option for you if you want antibacterial protection and want to control a UTI.

Uqora Combat includes two active ingredients — sodium salicylate and methenamine, a powerful duo. Methenamine is an antibacterial medicine that slows the growth of bacteria along the urinary tract, helping you to control the UTI. Sodium salicylate is a pain reliever, to help relieve general pain and discomfort while methenamine does its thing. Note that while Combat inhibits the progression of an infection, it should not replace medical care and is just intended to slow the infection progression until you’re able to see your healthcare provider.

Combat works by generating formaldehyde in the urine. The formaldehyde is toxic to the bacteria and slows their growth.

NOTE: that this process just helps inhibit the progression of an infection until you see a health care professional and should not replace medical care.

For adults and children 12 years and over: Take 2 tablets with a full glass of water 3 times a day. Drink plenty of fluids.

For children under 12 years: Ask a doctor.

Do not use for more than a 3 day period unless directed by a doctor.

It's important to be sure to visit a doctor if you think you have a UTI. Uqora Combat is not meant to replace the care of a doctor, since there is no OTC remedy for urinary tract infections (UTIs) or self-treatment for UTIs. They require prescription medication to completely cure the infection. Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you suspect a urinary tract infection.

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Soothe relieves UTI pain and burning while Combat helps control the infection until you can see a doctor. Soothe and Combat are complementary and can be taken together.

Combat can be safely taken alongside any of Uqora’s other products. However, products that decrease the acidity of the urine (such as antacids, sodium bicarbonate, potassium or sodium citrate, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors such as acetazolamide) may reduce the effectiveness of Combat. Since Uqora Flush makes the urine less acidic, taking Uqora Flush alongside Combat may reduce the effectiveness of Combat. While it is safe to do so, we recommend not taking Flush and Combat together for this reason.

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Uqora's Soothe includes 24 tablets that provide fast relief of UTI symptoms like pain, discomfort, urgency, and burning.

Soothe is a good option for you if you have a UTI and need fast relief for urinary pain or discomfort.

Soothe's active ingredient, Phenazopyridine Hydrochloride, works by lining the mucosa of the urinary tract with a topical analgesic, which provides UTI pain relief. Heads up, the active ingredient in Soothe can turn your urine a bright orange color—that's a normal part of how this ingredient works, so don't be alarmed.

Adults and children 12 years and older: Take 2 tablets 3 times daily with or after meals as needed for up to two days. Take with a full glass of water. Do not use for more than 2 days (12 tablets) without consulting a doctor.

Children under 12: Do not use without consulting a doctor.

The active ingredient in Soothe's tablet can stain skin and clothing. When using, handle with care. The tablets should be taken whole, and should not be cut, chewed, crushed, or dissolved.

Yes, this is normal! Soothe's active ingredient is an orange organic dye. It takes action to relieve pain when it enters the urine, but it will turn the urine bright orange.

Soothe relieves UTI pain and burning while Combat helps control the infection until you can see a doctor. Soothe and Combat are complementary and can be taken together.

Soothe can be safely taken alongside any of Uqora's other products. When using with Clarify (UTI test strips), we recommend using Clarify before taking Soothe. Soothe's active ingredient is a dye that enters the urine to take effect and relieve UTI pain. However, it also turns the urine bright orange! Since Clarify's test strips use color to indicate if you might have a UTI, the orange urine will make them more difficult to interpret. If you've purchased both together, we suggest using Clarify before taking Soothe.

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