Urinary tract infection (UTI) ?

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Urinary tract infections (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.

 

Check if it's a urinary tract infection (UTI)

Symptoms of a UTI include:

Important

UTI symptoms may be difficult to spot in people with dementia.


Children with UTIs may also:

 

Contact the Surgery if:


Please contact the surgery on 01423 322309. You may be asked a few questions by the receptionist, this is to ensure that you see / speak to the appropriate member of the clinical team.

Please do not drop in urine samples for testing unless they have been specifically requested by either a GP or Nurse.


If you have symptoms of a sexually transmitted infection (STI), you can also get treatment from a sexual health clinic.

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Urgent advice: Get advice from 111 now if you have:

These symptoms suggest a kidney infection, which can be serious if it's not treated.

111 will tell you what to do. They can arrange a phone call from a nurse or doctor if you need one.

Go to 111.nhs.uk or call 111.