UTIs can affect different parts of your urinary tract, including your bladder (cystitis), urethra (urethritis) or kidneys (kidney infection). Most UTIs can be easily treated with antibiotics and mild symptoms tend to resolve on their own in a few days.
Check if it's a UTI
Symptoms of a UTI include:
- needing to pee suddenly or more often than usual
- pain or a burning sensation when peeing
- smelly or cloudy pee
- blood in your pee
- pain in your lower tummy
- feeling tired and unwell
- in older people, changes in behaviour such as severe confusion or agitation
What happens at your appointment
If you suspect that you have a urinary tract infections then we would like you to undertake a few simple steps.
- Get a urine sample in a sterile container
- Arrange a telephone appointment with us
Call 01926 331401
For more information on UTI's visit: www.nhs.uk/conditions/urinary-tract-infections-utis