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UTI Care Florida (Urinary Tract Infection)


UTIs (Urinary Tract Infections) are common infections. Women are at greater risk of developing a UTI than men.  Because women have shorter urethras and closer to the rectum it is easier for bacteria to enter the urinary tract. The urinary system is designed to keep bacteria out, however, sometimes the defense fails. Urinary tract infections typically occur when bacteria enter the urethra and spread to the bladder, resulting in an infection.

At Desroches Medical Clinic, we specialize in providing comprehensive UTI care Florida, including Miami. With our virtual platform, you can conveniently access our services from home. Our experienced team offers personalized treatment options to alleviate your symptoms and address your concerns. Trust us to provide compassionate and reliable UTI care, helping you get back to feeling your best.


UTI Symptoms:

  • A strong urge to urinate that doesn't go away

  • Pain or burning while urinating

  • Frequent urination, and passing small amounts of urine

  • Urine that looks cloudy

  • Bloody urine

  • Pelvic pressure or cramping

If you experience any of these symptoms of UTI, it's important to seek medical attention for a proper diagnosis and treatment. At Desroches Medical Clinic, we're here to help you find relief and get back to feeling your best.

UTI Prevention:

  • Drink plenty of liquids, especially water

  • Wipe from front to back

  • Urinate after sexual activity

  • Take showers instead of baths

  • Reduce the use of douching, sprays, or powders in the genital area

Remember, while these tips can help reduce the risk of UTIs, they may not guarantee complete prevention. If you suspect a UTI or have recurring infections, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate diagnosis and treatment.


UTI Treatment:

When it comes to UTI treatment Forida, prompt intervention is crucial to alleviate symptoms and prevent the infection from spreading. Here's an overview of common UTI treatments:​

A common treatment is antibiotics. Most are given a 3-day course of antibiotic

Start antibiotics:


  • Nitrofurantoin (Macrobid)

  • Ciprofloxacin

  • Augmentin

  • Cephalexin

For pain relief (Adults only):

  • Pyridium

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