Bladder Infection Appointments in Sparks, NV
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What kind of appointment should I book if I have a bladder infection?
Bladder infections can be frustrating and painful - especially when you find yourself running to the bathroom every few minutes. There are multiple types of bladder infections, including vaginitis, cystitis, vaginitis, and more. The most common bladder infection you may experience is often a "UTI." If you believe you have a UTI, you can book a visit with a doctor or provider below for as low as $25. If you're unsure what kind of bladder infection you have, book a general telehealth visit. If in-person visits are available in your area, book an in-person visit to see a doctor or provider in person. No matter the type of visit you book, you may be eligible for $5 meds with free delivery. To book a doctor that can prescribe you the most affordable medication, look the $5 meds tab.
About bladder infection
A urinary tract infection (UTI) affects any portion of your urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. A bladder infection (also known as cystitis) is one of the most common forms of a UTI. Cystitis is characterized by an inflammation of the bladder, usually caused by a bacterial infection. Symptoms of a bladder infection include:
- A strong and persistent urge to urinate, even after you’ve just gone.
- A burning sensation while urinating
- Cloudy and strong-smelling urine
- Blood in the urine
- Pain during intercourse
- Cramping in the abdomen
A bladder infection may be uncomfortable and irritating, and if it spreads to your kidneys, it can become a major health concern. Symptoms of a kidney infection include chills, fever, nausea and vomiting, and back or side pain.
Women are more at risk for bladder infections than men; however, men with an enlarged prostate may have a higher risk of infection due to urinary retention. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, talk to a doctor or health care provider right away. Bladder infections are common, and usually very treatable, but can cause complications if left unaddressed.
Below are common treatment options for a bladder infection. During your appointment, talk to your doctor about what treatment plan is right for you.