Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Treatment
At Integra Urgent Care, we offer comprehensive UTI diagnostic testing and treatment services 7 days a week for your convenience and immediate relief. Just walk-in for prompt and professional care when you are experiencing symptoms – you never need an appointment to receive on-demand medical care at Integra Urgent Care clinics in the Metroplex.
Common UTI Symptoms:
UTI Testing & Treatment in the Metroplex
Why Choose Integra Urgent Care for UTI Testing & Treatment
What are urinary tract infections?
A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a condition used to describe infections that occur in the urinary tract, that includes:
UTIs are usually not a serious medical condition unless they go untreated. Possible consequences include:
Effective UTI Testing & Treatments
At Integra Urgent Care, our goal is to quickly diagnose your condition so we can develop an immediate and effective treatment plan. We offer in-house, rapid UTI testing so results and treatment can begin immediately. If results are positive, we will prescribe antibiotics and address pain management on a per case basis.
The type of antibiotic prescribed depends on the severity of the infection, and its important to complete the entire course of medication as prescribed to ensure the most effective treatment and avoid any complications.
Besides antibiotics, other treatment options can also help relieve symptoms, such as over the counter or prescription pain medications and drinking plenty of fluids to help flush out the bacteria. It is recommended to avoid irritants such as caffeine and alcohol.
Visit Integra Urgent Care for Fast UTI Diagnosis & Treatment
If you think you may have a UTI infection, visit the nearest Integra Urgent Care center. We are open 7 days a week (with extended weekday hours) so just walk in for on-demand UTI testing and treatment. We accept most major health insurance plans and offer some of the lowest testing and treatment rates in the Metroplex.
Are UTIs more common in women than in men?
Yes, urinary tract infections are more common in women due to anatomical differences, however, men can still develop UTIs.
Is it necessary to take antibiotics for a UTI, or can it resolve on its own?
Generally, antibiotics are necessary to treat a urinary tract infection effectively. Mild UTIs may resolve on their own, although it’s recommended to get a UTI test and take prescribed antibiotics to ensure the infection is eliminated.
Are there any complications associated with untreated UTIs?
Yes, untreated UTIs can lead to complications that include the spread of infection, recurring infections, or, in severe cases, kidney infection and damage. Prompt treatment for UTIs is recommended to prevent complications.
Can UTIs occur in children?
Yes, urinary tract infections can occur in children. Although more commonly associated with adult women, UTIs can affect both young boys and girls, particularly infants. Children usually experience common UTI symptoms, like frequent urination, pain during urination, abdominal pain, fever, or bedwetting. Timely treatment is important to prevent complications, such as kidney infections.