Urinary Tract Infection

UTIs or Cystitis are caused by bacteria originating from digestive tracts, easily treated with a short course of antibiotics.

About Urinary Tract infections

Urine infections (UTI or Cystitis) are common in women. Most urine infections are due to bacteria that come from your own digestive tract. They are usually easily treated with a short course of antibiotics.  

Typical symptoms include pain/stinging when passing urine and passing urine more frequently. You may also have fever, blood in your urine, and discomfort in your lower tummy. 

How we can help: 

Our clinicians can offer care treatments tailored to you, care advice and medical certificate.  

Treatments offered (picture) include: 

  • Nitrofurantoin 100 mg modified release (Microbid) 
  • Cephalexin 500 mg