Book your video appointment to discuss your UTI with one of our experienced private GPs
If you are a female suffering from painful or persistent UTIs and are 16 years or older, we can help.
Video or phone appointment for assessment and management of uncomplicated suspected urine infections. This service is exclusively available for females aged 16 and over.
Prescriptions can be sent electronically where needed.
Please note: If you are not female or if you are under 16 years of age, we recommend booking a standard appointment, as a proper examination may be required for your condition.
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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect your urinary tract, which includes the bladder, urethra and kidneys. Associated conditions include cystitis, urethritis and kidney infections.
If you are struggling with recurring or persistent UTI a Mayfield Clinic GP can help. Diabetes, autoimmune diseases, kidney stones, bladder stones and neurological diseases can make you more prone to recurring infections which may need to be investigated.
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A UTI is an infection within the urinary tract that affects your bladder, urethra and kidneys. UTIs are most often caused by bacterial infection, though other forms of damage to the bladder may also be responsible. Symptoms of a UTI include but are not limited to pain or a burning sensation when peeing, needing to pee more often than usual, pee that looks cloudy, needing to pee suddenly or more urgently than expected, and blood in your pee. While a mild UTI might clear itself up, it is recommended that you see a GP if you are unsure whether you need antibiotics. Your symptoms will usually pass within three to five days from starting treatment.
Ideally, you should reach out to your GP whenever you suspect you may have a UTI. If you are experiencing a UTI for the first time, your symptoms begin to get worse, don’t improve after two days or you are experiencing recurring UTIs you should speak to a GP. It is also advised to speak to a GP about your UTI if you are male, are pregnant, have a child showing symptoms or are experiencing symptoms following surgery.
If you would like us to inform your NHS GP of any treatments prescribed, please let the GP know during your appointment, and they will ensure the information gets to your NHS GP.
Yes, our GPs can prescribe antibiotics in both online and in-person consultations.
No, our UTI appointments are available as online 15 minute appointments so you can see an expert GP from the comfort of your own home at a time to suit you. You can book your appointment online, choosing from our available time slots to get the help you need quickly and easily.
Here at Mayfield Clinic, we understand that waiting for your NHS GP can be time-consuming and frustrating and when you have a medical concern you want to get seen quickly to alleviate the symptoms. That's why we offer same-day appointments with our expertly trained doctors, both in-person and online, through video consultations. Our GPs can provide first-class private healthcare. We work with leading practitioners, trained and worked for the NHS, registered with the General Medical Council, and work under Mayfield Clinic's CQC registration.
Find out more about why you should choose Mayfield Clinic as your online GP.
We understand how worrying unexplained health concerns can be and the importance of quick diagnosis and treatment which is why we are proud to be able to offer a selection of same day or next day GP appointments within clinic opening hours.
We have carefully selected team of expert GPs who are available for both in person and video GP consultations. By working with a small team of GPs, you will benefit from having a named doctor who you can consistently book your appointments with, and who knows your medical history.
By booking an appointment at Mayfield Clinic, you will have direct doctor interaction from the outset.
Unlike other GP provisions, we don’t require you to complete an online e-consult form before being able to book to see a GP. Simply visit our website to book your appointment where you will be able to discuss your health concerns directly with a doctor.
Mayfield Clinic online GP service offers online appointments, prescriptions, sick notes and more.
Mayfield Clinic offers online consultations which allow you to see a private GP quickly and easily from wherever you are in the UK. We understand that waiting for an NHS GP can be time consuming, difficult and sometimes frustrating which is why we offer same-day online appointments with our expertly trained Oxford based GPs which can be booked at a time to suit you.
Our 15 minute online appointments enable you to discuss any general health concerns you may be having, from UTIs, to allergies, erectile dysfunction to hair loss. Doctors will be able to discuss your symptoms to understand the cause of your problem, recommend treatments and if required refer you to our network of specialists. Please note, some medications cannot be prescribed via online appointments if physical examinations or tests are required in order to prescribe.
Mayfield Clinic are a unique, multi-disciplinary service that incorporates general practice, physio, mental health and specialist care. With a foundation in Oxford, Mayfield Clinic has expanded and has sites across the country as well as online services available to all residents of the UK. We are fully CQC registered and aim to operate to the highest clinical standards.
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