Relief for Urinary Tract Infections at Southcoast Health Urgent Care
Urinary tract infections affect the bladder, ureters and kidneys. They are common gynecological infections, and most respond quickly to treatment.
Find your nearest Southcoast Health Urgent Care to receive expert treatment for a UTI in Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Lakeville, Seekonk or Wareham, MA. Our clinics are open seven days a week, including evenings and weekends, and take both appointments and walk-ins.
Care for UTI Symptoms in Southeastern MA & RI
Signs and symptoms of a urinary tract infection include:
- Frequent urge to urinate
- Burning or pain with urination
- Pressure in the lower belly
- Feeling tired or sick
- Cloudy, reddish or foul-smelling urine
To get relief for your symptoms, visit a Southcoast Health Urgent Care location. Save your spot in line, and we’ll text you when it’s time to come to our clinic.
What Causes a UTI?
UTIs happen when germs get into the urinary tract. A UTI could be caused by sex, changes in the vaginal environment, using a diaphragm for birth control, not emptying your bladder completely, having a catheter or wiping back to front.
How to Prevent & Treat Urinary Tract Infections
When you come to Southcoast Health Urgent Care for UTI treatment, your doctor will take a sample of your urine to confirm the presence of bacteria and which antibiotic will be the most effective. Your doctor may prescribe oral antibiotics and medicine to help you feel more comfortable while you’re healing.
If you have three or more urinary tract infections in a year, your doctor may prescribe additional antibiotics to help prevent future UTIs.
If necessary, your urgent care provider can refer you to a qualified gynecologist nearby. Southcoast Health is a comprehensive network that can fully address your gynecological needs.
Southcoast Health Urgent Care treats urinary tract infections in southeastern Massachusetts and parts of Rhode Island at our clinics in Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Lakeville, Seekonk and Wareham, MA.