Relieve discomfort and restore health - Conquer UTIs with ease
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are a common problem, affecting up to 50–60% of women at some point in their lifetimes. At our gynaecology clinic, we fully understand that urinary tract infections can inflict discomfort and inconvenience. With our comprehensive approach to UTI care, we are confident that we can help our patients achieve a healthy and comfortable urinary tract.
If you’re suffering from a urinary tract infection (UTI) and looking for quick relief, the good news is that we have effective treatment options available to help you feel better. Here’s a closer look at some of our most common treatments:
We will determine the best antibiotic for your specific infection based on the type of bacteria causing the UTI and your medical history.
Some people find relief from UTIs using natural remedies, such as drinking plenty of water, taking cranberry supplements, and using a heating pad on their lower abdomen.
Over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen or acetaminophen can help relieve the discomfort associated with UTIs.
You can use topical treatments, such as numbing sprays, to relieve pain and discomfort associated with UTIs.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can be uncomfortable and painful, but there are many ways to reduce your risk of getting one. Here are some simple self-care steps you can take to help prevent UTIs:
Wipe from front to back after using the bathroom and wash your genital area daily to help prevent bacteria from spreading to your urethra.
Drink plenty of water to help flush bacteria from your system. Never forget to drink at least eight glasses of water daily.
Avoid products that irritate your skin, such as harsh soaps and bubble baths.
Go to the bathroom as soon as you feel like urinating. Holding your urine for too long can increase the risk of UTIs.
Cranberry supplements can help prevent UTIs by reducing the ability of bacteria to stick to the bladder and urinary tract walls.
Bacteria cause UTIs by entering the urinary tract and multiplying. They transfer from the skin or rectal area to the urethra or when bacteria enter the bladder from food or water.
A UTI often causes frequent urination, pain or burning during urination, cloudy or strong-smelling urine, and lower abdominal or back pain.
Typically, we use urine infection treatment antibiotics in London. Your healthcare provider will determine the best course of treatment based on the type of bacteria causing the infection and your medical history.
Yes, various self-care steps can help you prevent UTIs, such as wiping from front to back after using the bathroom, staying hydrated, avoiding irritants, urinating regularly and taking cranberry supplements.
The recovery time from a UTI will depend on the type of bacteria causing the infection and your overall health. Most people start feeling better within a few days of starting UTI treatment antibiotics. You should complete the entire course of urine infection treatment as prescribed by your healthcare provider.