Urinary tract infection

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A urinary tract infection is prevalent within your urinary system, potentially affecting any part. Get your UTI infection treated online today.

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What is Urinary Tract Infection in Adults?

A UTI is an infection within your urinary tract, encompassing the bladder and kidneys. More women than men suffer from this condition. Symptoms vary based on the affected urinary tract region.

All About Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

A urinary tract infection is a bladder infection caused by Escherichia coli (E. coli). It is stated that one in two women and one in 20 men suffer from UTIs in their lifetime.

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are common among women, around 60% of women worldwide will experience cystitis (a type of bladder infection) at least once in their lifetime.


Urinating in small and frequent quantities.
Discomfort or pain in the bladder region.
Experiencing sharp and intense pain during urination.
A general sensation of being unwell.
Urine appears cloudy or has an unpleasant odor.

Types of UTIs

Microscopic organisms or germs, typically bacteria, are responsible for UTIs. The various forms of UTI encompass:

Cystitis: bladder infection, the most frequent lower urinary tract infection.

Urethritis: infection of the urethra.

Pyelonephritis: kidney infection.

Vaginitis: infection of the vagina.


In some instances, antibiotics help as a treatment for UTI. They can help manage symptoms and speed up recovery. If symptoms persist after antibiotic treatment or worsen, it is best to seek the help of a medical professional.

You must consult a doctor if you are experiencing UTI symptoms. These are severe conditions. Prompt intervention can halt infection progression in these areas.

How Can We Help?

You can access our Online UTI treatment, provided by Australian-registered doctors seven days a week, all from the convenience of your home. You can seek a prescription or have a phone consultation.

We will provide immediate consultations and prescriptions once we assess your condition. This is done by filling out a questionnaire about the concerns you are experiencing, and our qualified doctors will contact you directly.

A few simple steps to urinary tract infection treatment

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Submit your request by filling out a clinical questionnaire.

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Once all the details are filled in, our doctors will contact you for a phone consultation.

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