Urinary Tract Infection

Book a consult with one of our GPs to discuss your UTI symptoms and plan your recovery

UTI consultations

From £99

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Available as a video appointment, your UTI consultation will be with one of our private GPs who will assess your symptoms and speak with you about treatment options. They will be able to answer your questions, prepare sick notes and issue a prescription. They are also able to talk about long term treatment options for chronic UTIs and discuss possible referral to our extensive network of specialists.


How it works

Find a slot

Choose the service you need at a convenient time and location

Pay online

Confirm your booking with card, apple pay or direct debit

See your specialist

Consult with your clinician face to face or via video

Plan your recovery

Where appropriate, you can access referrals or prescriptions

Any questions?

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 or not you need antibiotics.

Ideally, you should reach out to your GP whenever you suspect you may have a UTI. You need to consult a doctor about your UTI if your symptoms worsen or haven’t started to improve after a few days.

Yes, our GPs can prescribe antibiotics in both online and in-person consultations.

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.

Your symptoms will usually pass within three to five days from starting treatment.

UTIs are most often caused by bacterial infection, though other forms of damage to the bladder may also be responsible.

Appointments available with

UTIs

Dr Amanda Northridge

MRCGP FRACGP DRCOG

UTIs

Dr Marcus Gleave

MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG

UTIs

Dr John Cahill

MB BS MA MRCP MRCGP

UTIs

Dr Tony Malloy

MRCGP

Why Mayfield Clinic?

Here at Mayfield Clinic, we understand that waiting for your NHS GP can be time-consuming and frustrating. That's why we offer same-day appointments with our expertly trained doctors, both in-person and online, through video consultations.

What we offer

Do you need an in-person appointment or video consultation with a private GP in Oxford or London? At Mayfield Clinic, we are dedicated to providing same-day GP appointments everywhere in the UK. Our expertly-trained private doctors can provide you with a range of services. These include same-day consultations, blood tests, referral letters, and travel services.

How to find us

Oxford's Mayfield Clinic 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 is not an emergency service. For urgent and emergency care services, please follow the the NHS' urgent and emergency services guidance

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