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Convenient UTI treatment via telemedicine

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by bacteria within the urinary system, especially the lower urinary tract — the bladder and the urethra. UTIs occur more commonly in women than in men. If not treated, a bladder infection can worsen and spread to the kidneys. SAMI-Aid’s online doctors can treat UTIs in adult females using antibiotics.

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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by bacteria within the urinary system, especially the lower urinary tract — the bladder and the urethra. UTIs occur more commonly in women than in men. If not treated, a bladder infection can worsen and spread to the kidneys. SAMI-Aid’s online doctors do not treat UTIs in males; we recommend an in-person visit instead. SAMI-Aid’s Price Search tool can be used to find affordable local doctors.

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Symptoms of a UTI include: a strong, persistent urge to urinate; a frequent need to urinate; a burning sensation when urinating; cloudy, reddish, abnormally colored, or strong-smelling urine. Most UTIs can be treated with antibiotics and will clear up within a few days. In the most severe UTI cases, symptoms may include upper back and side pain, high fever, shaking, chills, fatigue, and nausea; if you are experiencing these severe symptoms, please seek emergency care.

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If you believe you have a UTI, you should seek medical care ASAP, which can be via telemedicine. If a doctor prescribes antibiotics , take the entire dose over the entire period specified by the doctor to avoid creating antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Stay well hydrated, urinate often, consume probiotic supplements and foods, and practice good hygiene to help reduce the risk of contracting a UTI in the first place.

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