Treatment For UTI | Phoenix AZ

It’s easy to find treatment for a UTI in Phoenix, AZ. FastMed has two brand new urgent care facilities that provide fast, affordable and friendly treatment for a UTI.

A UTI is most commonly treated with antibiotics and early detection and treatment are the keys to preventing a minor infection from becoming a major risk. If you think you may have a UTI, don’t delay in visiting FastMed. Our new Phoenix, AZ locations on West Indian Road and East Thunderbird Road are readily equipped to treat your UTI today.

FastMed does not require appointments so if you are suffering from a UTI and are in the Phoenix, AZ area, you can walk right in and receive treatment within an hour in most cases. Our staff of medical professionals can often provide the necessary medications on-site, saving you a trip to the pharmacy and allowing you to start treating your UTI immediately.

Preventing a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

There are a number of ways to prevent a UTI before it begins. These include:

  • Drinking cranberry juice and water while avoiding bladder irritants such as alcohol and soda

  • Avoiding tight clothing

  • Emptying your bladder when you need to and not “holding it”

  • Avoiding irritating feminine products

  • Taking showers instead of baths

  • Regularly taking vitamin C supplements

Urinary tract infections are the second-leading cause of visits to doctor’s offices behind only the common cold. The majority of UTIs occur in women. In fact, more than a third of all women will suffer from a UTI by the age of 24.

Symptoms of a UTI include a burning or stinging feeling during urination, the feeling of having to urinate often but having little to no urine come out, fever, stomach pain or pain on one side of your back. FastMed can administer the appropriate tests and treatment for a uti if it’s determined during your visit that you have one.

Visit one of FastMed’s nine Phoenix, Arizona locations today and have your UTI treated to start feeling better tomorrow.

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