UTI Treatment on a Walk-in Basis at UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay

If you’ve ever had a UTI, you know treatment can’t come fast enough. A urinary tract infection may cause severe and persistent discomfort that can get worse if ignored. At UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay, our team of board-certified, UHealth – the University of Miami Health System physicians provides prompt diagnostic and treatment services for patients with UTIs on a walk-in basis. With extended hours seven days a week and an easily accessible location with ample parking, we make it easy for patients to find fast relief.

A UTI occurs when a component of the urinary system – usually the urethra or bladder – becomes infected. The symptoms of a UTI may vary according to the location of the infection, but most often include:

  • A burning sensation during urination
  • A frequent urge to urinate, even when the bladder is empty
  • Urine that is unusually cloudy or dark, or has a reddish hue
  • Persistent pelvic discomfort, particularly around the pelvic bone

Some people believe drinking cranberry juice or taking supplements can help treat a UTI, but there is no substantial evidence to support this claim. If you have symptoms of a UTI, it is important to seek treatment from a medical professional as quickly as possible. If left untreated, the infection can potentially spread to your kidneys and cause more serious problems.

Patients who visit UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay for UTI treatment can receive a full spectrum of care in a single location. Our center features a clinical lab for convenient diagnostics, and following a careful evaluation, our physicians can prescribe an appropriate course of antibiotics to clear an infection and restore urinary health. Numbing medication may also be recommended to help ease pain during urination until the infection is gone.

Head to UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay for prompt UTI treatment and relief from uncomfortable symptoms. We accept most health insurance plans and provide care for patients of all ages.