Women's services.

Urinary tract & bladder infections

Are you suffering from frequent trips to the bathroom? You may have a bladder or urinary tract infection. Bladder infections are more common in women, but men can also get them if they're not careful about their hygiene habits and risk factors for UTIs like smoking cigarettes regularly. A provider will assess your symptoms and discuss treatment options so that you feel relieved again!

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Things you should know before your visit

Patients with the following may be directed to another health care provider:● Vaginal bleeding● History of pregnancy or hormone injections within the past 2 months

What to expect at your visit

● We will review your medical history, discuss your symptoms, examination and provide a personalized treatment plan for you.● You may need testing. Please note that additional charges apply for these tests. ● At the end of your visit, your practitioner will provide you with a summary, a receipt and educational material.

What causes urinary tract and bladder infections?

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What are the symptoms of urinary tract and bladder infections?

The most common symptom of a UTI is burning or painful sensations when you urinate. Other symptoms include:
• Cloudy, foul smelling and/or bloody urine
• Pressure in your lower stomach or back that increases with even mild exertion such as standing up quickly after sitting for an extended period; this can lead to cramping pains if it's continuous

How to treat urinary tract and bladder infections?

Common prescription antibiotics are usually the first course of treatment for a bladder infection. The results from urine tests can take up to two days, so it's important to start immediately even if you have no symptoms yet.