Urinary Tract Infections

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At Newport Center Urgent Care, we offer comprehensive UTI testing. Our facility also provides a range of additional services and is staffed by knowledgeable healthcare professionals.

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common type of infection that can affect anyone. They occur when bacteria enter the urinary system and multiply. UTIs are more common in women than men, and often occur after sexual intercourse. Symptoms of a UTI may include:
A strong, persistent urge to urinate
A burning sensation when urinating
Passing small amounts of urine frequently
Cloudy or bloody urine
Pelvic pain (in women)
If left untreated, a UTI can spread to the kidneys and cause more serious health problems. Anyone can get a UTI, but pregnant women, men with enlarged prostates, and people with diabetes are at increased risk.
There are several different causes of UTIs, but the most common is bacteria. When bacteria enters the urinary tract, it can cause an infection. Sexual intercourse is one way that bacteria can be introduced into the urinary system. Other factors that can increase your risk of developing a UTI include:
Not emptying your bladder regularly
Not drinking enough fluids
Wiping from back to front after going to the bathroom
Having anal and vaginal sex
Having anal and vaginal sex
Having a history of UTIs
Having certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or a weakened immune system
If you think you might have a UTI, see your healthcare provider. They can confirm the diagnosis and prescribe antibiotics. Early treatment is important to avoid serious complications.


Come to Newport Center Urgent Care, and get relief from your UTI right now!
If you think you may have a UTI, it's important to see a healthcare provider as soon as possible. Left untreated, a UTI can lead to serious health complications. At Newport Center Urgent Care, we provide fast and effective treatment for UTIs. Our experienced providers will work with you to develop a treatment plan that's right for you.
We also provide treatment for all non-life-threatening medical care needs. Because we want to always be available for our patients, we offer telemed appointments, walk-ins, and scheduled appointments.
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Newport Center Urgent Care offers the latest in testing and treatment to ensure you and your loved ones are healthy. We offer safe, easy, and convenient urgent care for the Newport Beach area.

Can a UTI go away on its own?

A UTI can sometimes go away on its own, but it depends on the individual infection. Often times, when a UTI is left untreated, it may linger for a longer amount of time, and cause further health complications.

How do u know if you have a urinary tract infection?

You know if you have a urinary tract infection if you experience any of the following symptoms: -blood in the urine -urine that appears cloudy -pelvic pain, (in women) -strong-smelling urine -urine that is red, or varying shades of brown -the frequent need to urinate

What is the fastest way to cure a urine infection?

The fastest way to cure a urine infection is with antibiotics, and most bladder infections are treated with them.

What are three signs of a urinary tract infection?

Three common signs of a urinary tract infection are: 1) a burning sensation when urinating, 2) the frequent need to empty your bladder, and 3) strong-smelling urine.

What causes urinary tract infections?

Micro-organisms, (usually bacteria), that enter the bladder or urethra causing infection and inflammation are generally the root causes of a urinary tract infection. This can be due to a number of reasons, such as: -not fully emptying the bladder, -being sexually active, -wiping from back to front after going to the bathroom.

What is the best cure for urinary tract infection?

The best way to cure a urinary tract infection is with antibiotics. These medications will kill any bacteria that cause the infection and can be taken just as your healthcare provider prescribed so there's no need for concern about following instructions. A minor case could turn into something more serious if left untreated.
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