UTI Treatment in St. Augustine

UTI Treatment

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Relieve Yourself of Pain and Irritation

Urinary tract infections, or UTIs, can be frustrating and painful. If you think you may have a UTI, you’ll want it gone as soon as possible. At Crescent Beach Care, we’ll help you diagnose and treat UTIs whenever they occur.

UTIs can occur in men and women of any age, though women get them more frequently than men. If you experience a burning or painful sensation when you urinate, you may have a UTI. If you experience painful symptoms that don’t clear up quickly, it’s time to visit Crescent Beach Care for UTI treatment in St. Augustine.

Our UTI Treatment Services

We can diagnose and treat UTIs reliably using urinalysis and antibiotic medication. If you think you may have a UTI, visit us for a urine test as soon as you can so we can provide treatment.

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Benefits of UTI Treatment

Fight Infection

UTIs are caused when foreign bacteria infect the urethra. In addition to irritation and pain, this bacteria can potentially cause more serious complications if left unchecked.

Relieve Pain

At Crescent Beach Care, our treatment will ensure that your pain goes away as soon as possible. We’ll get you back on track quickly and without any major pain.

Receive Expert Care

Our team is highly trained and qualified to help with urinary tract infections. If you need UTI treatment in St. Augustine, you can trust that Crescent Beach Care is your best choice.

Our Approach

We know that UTIs can be a sensitive issue, so we’ll treat your condition with the dignity and discretion that you deserve.

We’ll quickly and professionally diagnose your condition and get you started on a treatment plan that delivers real results, fast. We’ve been in your position and know how you feel, so our entire team will be empathetic and responsive to your needs as we help you heal.

What to Expect from Your Appointment

Step 1: Testing

If you think you have a UTI, the first step is to confirm your diagnosis. We normally diagnose UTIs after scheduling you for a urinalysis appointment. Crescent Beach Care is equipped with complete lab testing services, including urinalysis, so you’ll have to come to our practice for your test. Once we’re done, we’ll confirm the results and administer treatment.

Step 2: Treatment

UTI treatment in St. Augustine typically involves taking antibiotics to combat the infection. We will choose the most suitable medication for you based on the type of bacteria detected in the urinalysis. In the case of complicated or severe UTIs, we may have to prescribe a specialized IV antibiotic medication that can only be administered at a hospital.

Step 3: Recovery

After we’ve given you an antibiotic, follow our instructions and use the medication as directed. A single round of antibiotics can usually clear up most UTIs in our patients. UTIs typically stop hurting shortly after an antibiotic prescription, but if the pain lasts, keep in touch with us, and we can discuss further treatment options.

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About Our Practice

Located in the heart of Crescent Beach, we’ve provided unbeatable primary care services since 2013. Crescent Beach Care has been improving and growing for over 10 years to ensure we always bring our best to every appointment.

Though we began by offering services like UTI treatment in St. Augustine, we’ve expanded to provide an array of aesthetic and wellness services. We’re committed to helping you look and feel your best whenever you visit our practice. If you’re looking to better yourself, don’t wait; visit Crescent Beach Care today!

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Our Providers

Our team comprises several trained primary care specialists with decades of combined experience.

We’ve helped countless patients in our community with UTIs, other specific ailments, general care, and chronic disease management. No matter what service you need, you can trust our providers to give you our best care whenever you visit Crescent Beach Care.

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