TELEMEDICINE CONSULT FOR UTI WITH TEST

Please view our instructional video and read more below.

 

Test yourself for UTI in 2 simple steps:

Step 1: Follow the instructions included with your telemedicine consultation. Read instructions here.

Step 2: Request your virtual physician consultation to determine your next steps.

Only for persons with UTI-like symptoms, including but not limited to urgency, frequency, and/or burning with urination and trouble urinating. For ages 5 and above.

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Do You Need Antibiotics?

The CDC has recently released a helpful guide for whether or not you should take antibiotics to help you feel better. This is important information in light of the urgent public health crisis of antibiotic resistance.  According to CDC.gov: Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria develop the ability to defeat the…
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Should UTIs Itch or Smell?

Certain factors like changes in hormones, poor hygiene, or pregnancy may impact the health of your vagina and lead to an itch or smell that can be confused with a UTI. 
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Are UTIs Common?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common. The most common bacterial infection in women, UTIs occur much more often in women than men. Unfortunately, over half of adult women have had at least one UTI in their life, with 20 to 30 percent experiencing recurrent UTIs.
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Can Probiotics Help Prevent Urinary Tract Infections?

There has always been a lot of controversy surrounding whether or not probiotics can be used for the prevention of recurrent urinary tract infections. Recent research has shown that probiotics can be used to replenish naturally occurring “good” bacteria, which helps combat UTIs. Probiotics are generally considered beneficial to one’s…
September 5, 2019
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Can Cranberry Juice Prevent Urinary Tract Infections?

Among all the myths and controversies about how we can prevent and treat UTIs, there is a debate on whether or not cranberry juice can help or prevent UTIs. For most recurrent UTIs, the most common treatment is antibiotics, but this poses a risk for the emergence of bacterial resistance.
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