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If you are suffering with painful or persistent UTIs, our experienced GPs can help. Our doctors can assess your symptoms, investigate the likely cause and discuss treatment options with you.
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I've been a GP for 25 years, working both in the NHS and privately in London, Australia and Oxford.
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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.
UTIs are caused by bacteria which enters the urethra and travels to the bladder, causing inflammation and infection. Although the urinary tract is designed to keep bacteria out, sometimes the defences fail and bacteria is able to reach the bladder or kidneys. There are many things which can cause a UTI including; not drinking enough fluids, having a weakened immune system (particularly existing health conditions such as diabetes or cancer), having sex, being pregnant, having a urinary catheter, having a condition which makes it hard to empty the bladder or not keeping the genital area clean and dry.
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.
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.
You can use Mayfield Clinic alongside your existing NHS GP practice. We believe in joined-up care; we don’t believe that it is in your best interests to have different doctors independently trying to treat you. For this reason, once you’ve seen a Mayfield Clinic GP we aim (with your permission) to share your consultation notes back with your current NHS GP.
For example, if you can’t get an appointment at your local GP practice this week, you can book in with Mayfield Clinic’s GPs. With your consent, we’ll share the Mayfield Clinic consultation notes back with you and your NHS GP, so that when you next see your NHS GP they will have a full picture of your care history.
To access our GP services, you don’t need to be registered with us. You can book appointments directly from our website. We often have appointments available for the same day or next day within clinic opening hours and you can book directly with a GP.
If you are from overseas, you don’t need to be registered with the NHS or have an NHS number. Being seen at Mayfield Clinic won’t impact your eligibility to use the NHS in the future.
Find out more about why you should choose Mayfield Clinic as your private 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.
We want to make access to a GP as quick and easy as possible, simply book the appointment you would like via our website.
By booking a private GP appointment at Mayfield Clinic, you will benefit from a defined 30-minute consultation with an expert GP. This allows you the time to discuss your health concern in full, receive detailed advice or information on your treatment plan and to ask any questions you may have.
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.
Should you need a referral following your GP appointment, our team have access to a network of trusted specialists.
Mayfield Clinic offers both in person and online appointments, prescriptions, referral letters, sick notes and more.
Do you need a private GP appointment in person in Oxford or London or online from anywhere in the UK? At Mayfield Clinic we provide a unique multi-disciplinary service incorporating general practice, mental health and specialist care. Based in Summertown Oxford and Chelsea London, we are doctor-led and independent, offering both in person and online GP services and we are dedicated to provide same-day GP appointments everywhere in the UK. We are fully CQC registered and aim to operate to the highest clinical standards. Our expertly-trained private doctors can provide you with a range of services including same-day consultations, blood tests, referral letters, and travel services.
Mayfield Clinic Oxford is conveniently located on Banbury Road in the Summertown neighbourhood of North Oxford. The Oxford Parkway Park and Ride station, located on the Banbury Road about a mile north of Summertown, provides frequent bus service into the city. Alternatively, parking is available for £2 per hour in the Summertown Car Park, only a 2-minute walk from Mayfield Clinic.
Mayfield Clinic London is located in in Lower Sloane Street, just off the King's Road. Sloane square car park is a short walk away from the clinic and the nearest tube station is Sloane Square which is on the district and circle lines. There is also a bus stop at this station.
You can also see a Mayfield Clinic GP from the comfort of your own home with our online video appointments. You have the option to book an online appointment when booking online.
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