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Advance ER Can Treat UTIs When Your Doctor Can’t

All urinary tract infections can become serious if not treated emergently. This is why it is imperative that if you are having urinary tract symptoms, burning, frequency, pain, fever back pain then you need to go to Advance ER immediately to be evaluated and treated by their board certified specialists. Whether your doctor’s office is closed or you just need relief and immediate care, come to Advance ER. If your UTI is not addressed it can turn into a severe infection called pyelonephritis, which can require a hospital admission. We have two 24/7 ERs in the Dallas area, each with no wait times. If you are experiencing nausea, fever, or lower back pain associated with signs of a UTI, then don’t delay—your UTI could be serious and require immediate medical attention to treat.

Contact (214) 494-8222 for Immediate UTI Treatment at Your Nearest Advance ER Location.

What is a UTI?

As the name implies, a urinary tract infection is an infection that occurs in any part of the body’s urinary system or tract. Within the urinary system are the urethra, bladder, ureters, and kidneys. The majority of UTIs develop in the urethra or bladder, where they are typically less severe than an infection in the ureters or kidneys.

Women tend to be at a higher risk of suffering a UTI than men due to natural biological differences in their urinary systems. However, men should take the signs of a UTI just as seriously as women. Delaying treatment of a mild UTI could allow it to progress into a severe and potentially life-threatening case.

Common signs of UTIs include:

  • Constant urge to urinate, even after recently urinating.
  • Burning sensation while urinating.
  • Urinating far more frequently than normal.
  • Urinating only small amounts during each bathroom visit.
  • Cloudy or reddish urine.
  • Strongly or offensively odorous urine.

Severe UTI Symptoms: When to Seek Emergency Care

You should always seek medical attention to treat a UTI. If the UTI is severe, though, you should seek immediate medical attention from an emergency clinic like Advance ER in Dallas. As with any infection, a severe UTI can be life-threatening if untreated.

Symptoms of a severe UTI can include the above common signs and one or more of these worse symptoms:

  • Lower back pain
  • Nausea
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Tremors
  • Nausea

Severe symptoms can be indicative of a UTI that has reached the kidneys and caused a kidney infection, which requires immediate medical attention.

Get Help & Fast – Come to Advance ER

Advance ER has two emergency rooms in Dallas that are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We carefully arrange our team’s schedule so there are no wait times to see someone. If you have a UTI, especially one that might be serious, come to Advance ER as soon as possible. The sooner that we can treat the infection, the sooner you can fight it off and recover.

For Immediate UTI Care, Call Advance ER Now at (214) 494-8222.