Urinary Traction Infection Treatment

Antibiotic without a prescription at Lynnmall Pharmacy

Urinary Tract Infection FAQ
    • Urinary tract infection (UTI) also known as cystitis or bladder infection.
    • Home Pharmacy accredited pharmacists can now prescribe antibiotic treatment for women with a urinary tract infection. We are open 7 Days a week – no appointment required.
    • One of our pharmacists will confirm your UTI symptoms within a few minutes and can prescribe the appropriate treatment on the spot! No doctors visit required – save you waiting at the doctors for a few hours.
    • It’s always best to treat a UTI immediately to reduce prolonged symptoms and complications. Treatment is often straight forward with a simple round of antibiotics. Home Pharmacy’s pharmacists are trained and accredited to prescribe Trimethorprim or Nitrofurantoin for urinary tract infections.
    • The treatment is available:

      • to women only with uncomplicated urinary tract infections
      • who are aged between 16 and 65 years,
      • are not pregnant, and
      • have not taken a course of antibiotics within the previous six months.

What are the symptoms of UTI?

Uncomplicated (treated by Pharmacist)

    • UTI in women between 16-65 years old
    • A burning feeling when you urinate
    • A frequent or intense urge to urinate, even though little comes out when you do
    • Pain or pressure in your back or lower abdomen

Complicated (treated by Doctors)

UTI in

    • Women who are pregnant
    • Men
    • Children under 16 years OR
    • Suspected kidney infection
    • Cloudy, dark, bloody, or strange-smelling urine
    • Feeling tired or shaky
    • Fever or chills (a sign the infection may have reached your kidneys)
    • Recurrent UTIs
    • Failed UTI antibiotic treatment or persistence despite treatment
    • People with renal impairment
    • Patients with a catheter
    • People with abnormalities of the genitourinary tract

What causes UTI?

    • Bacteria from the rectum making their way into the bladder via the urethra – the urethra is shorter in women so it is easier for bacteria to reach the bladder and cause infection than in men.
    • Bacteria can be introduced when the urethra is pushed on during vaginal sex.
    • Structural issues in the kidneys, bladder or tubes.
    • Physical irritation of the urethra by chemicals (eg, soaps, perfumes, vaginal hygiene sprays)
    • Ulcers or inflammation near the urethra.
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) (e.g. chlamydia).

How to Prevent UTI?

    • Using Natural UTI treatment like D-Mannose or Cranberry extracts may help prevent recurrent UTI by preventing bacteria sticking to your bladder. Early treatment with these supplemenet, may help clear mild cases of UTI.
    • Drink lots of water.
    • Use toilet paper as a blotter after passing urine, rather than wiping.
    • Choose showers instead of baths.
    • Stay away from feminine hygiene sprays and scented bath products — they’ll only increase irritation.
    • Pass urine straight after sex, to flush out any bacteria
    • Use a water-based, rather than oil-based lubricant during sex

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