UTI Services in Richmond, VA

Most women will experience a urinary tract infection (UTI), with 40% having at least one UTI in their lifetime. On the Mark Healthcare Services in Richmond, Virginia, offers personalized care for your UTI. She also offers discreet, concierge services, providing testing and treatment outside the office to ensure prompt, convenient care. Whether it’s your first infection or you have frequent UTIs, don’t wait to schedule an appointment. Call the office or use the online booking feature today.  

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What causes a UTI?

You develop a UTI when bacteria get into your urinary tract. You may also end up with a viral or fungal UTI, but they’re uncommon.

UTIs begin when bacteria, usually microorganisms that thrive on your skin, enter the urethra. From there, the infection may spread into your bladder and your kidneys.

Lower urinary tract infections are often named according to where the inflammation occurs. In the urethra (the tube carrying urine out of your body), the inflammation is called urethritis, while bladder inflammation is cystitis. Pyelonephritis refers to a kidney infection.

What are the symptoms of a UTI?

UTIs cause one or more of the following symptoms:
Frequent urination
Strong need to urinate
Urine leakage or releasing a small amount
Strong-smelling urine
Pink or dark-colored urine
Lower abdominal pain

If the infection reaches your kidneys, you can also experience nausea, chills, back pain, and a fever. Kidney infections need immediate treatment to prevent life-threatening complications.

What is a complicated UTI?

A complicated UTI is an infection that doesn’t respond to the typical treatment, involves the kidneys, or occurs in people with a health condition, making them more vulnerable. For example, you may have a complicated UTI if an STD causes the infection, you have kidney disease, or you have a suppressed immune system. Additionally, UTIs in men are considered complicated because they seldom get lower urinary tract infections. Recurrent UTIs are also considered to be complicated. Women are more likely to have recurrent UTIs. Nearly 40%-50% of women have a recurrence within one year.

How are UTIs treated?

Your On the Mark Healthcare Services provider prescribes antibiotics to treat a bacterial UTI. They may also recommend holistic therapies, such as getting plenty of fluids, taking vitamin C or drinking cranberry juice, urinating after sexual intercourse, and not holding in your urine. If your recurrent UTIs occur after sexual intercourse, your provider may recommend preventive antibiotics. This usually means taking a single dose after sex. On the Mark Healthcare Services offers discreet, concierge treatment for UTIs. They meet you wherever you’re located. Whether you’re traveling to the region or can’t get away from work, they can bring testing and reliable treatment to you. If you have signs of a UTI, call On the Mark Healthcare Services or book an appointment online today.

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