Urinary tract infection (UTI)ONLINE VISIT

Get fast, convenient care for UTIs. No appointment needed.

Pain, burning, or feeling of having to urinate more often

  • 5-10 minute visit
  • Treatment plan in under 1 hour
  • For females ages 18 - 75
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What is a UTI?

A urinary tract infection, or UTI, occurs when bacteria develop in any part of your urinary tract, causing an infection. Any infection that enters the urinary tract should be treated with a full course of antibiotics within the first week to avoid long-term damage and complications. If not treated early, bacteria may spread to the bladder and kidneys, increasing the risk of hospitalization.

Common symptoms

An uncomplicated UTI usually only involves the bladder. Symptoms of a UTI may include:

  • Cloudy or discolored urine that may contain blood
  • Urine that has a strong odor
  • Frequent urge to urinate but may only produce small amounts
  • Pain or burning sensation when urinating
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Get a personalized care plan

Common treatments

Your provider will design a treatment plan tailored just for you. They may recommend the following, as medically appropriate:

  • Nitrofurantoin (Macrobid)
  • Cephalexin (Keflex)
  • Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim (Bactrim)
  • Other antibiotics
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Home remedies
  • Guided self-care
How It Works

How it works

We make getting care quick and easy so you can get back to what matters most.
Find your treatment
Choose the care option that best suits your current needs.
Select your visit type
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Get a diagnosis and care plan
A provider will give you a diagnosis and treatment plan. If we can't treat you virtually, we'll help find the best in-person care options for you.
Begin your care
If our medical team determines a prescription is medically appropriate, choose your pharmacy and pick up your medication.

Message your provider with any follow-up medical questions after receiving your treatment plan.