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Think you might have a UTI?

If you think you may have a urinary tract infection (UTI), call us for an appointment ASAP. We offer UTI testing and treatment, every day.


Strong urge to urinate

A strong urge to urinate even when your bladder is empty

Burning or pain

Burning or pain during urination; lower abdominal or back pain

Cloudy urine or low fever

Cloudy or bloody urine; and/or a low fever

Get your UTI treated as soon as possible

A urinary tract infection may affect the bladder, kidneys, ureters, or urethra — though a UTI in the bladder is most common. It’s important to get your UTI treated as soon as possible, as an untreated UTI can spread to the kidneys (symptoms of a kidney infection may include: chills, shaking, a fever over 101F, nausea, and/or vomiting).

Call to make an appointment 

Same-day and next-day appointments available.

Call 1-888-743-7526



Urinary tract infections (UTI) are incredibly common. Learn the symptoms and how to avoid getting one.


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