We could give you a lab requisition to go get a urine test to confirm that you have a urinary tract infection (UTI) and once the results came back our nurse practitioner could write a prescription for antibiotics that you could take to a pharmacy. Unfortunately, we do not carry the antibiotics used to treat UTIs in our clinic and don’t have the testing capability to diagnose it. You could also try a walk-in clinic, family doctor or your pharmacist (pharmacists are able to prescribe antibiotics to treat UTIs under certain conditions so calling them might save you a few trips!)

Click here for more information on UTIs from our friends at Planned Parenthood Toronto.