How to diagnose and treat UTIs: 1.
Get tested and treated for a UTI.
Get antibiotics if needed.
Get an exam.
Take a bath.
Use soap and water to clean the area.
Wash your hands and body regularly.
Avoid sharing your toilet seat.
Use a personal cleanse.
Avoid contact with people.
Do not expose yourself to sunlight.
Don’t eat, drink, or bathe if you are pregnant.
Do nothing if you have diarrhea.
Take aspirin or ibuprofen if you get a cold.
Don.t drive while pregnant.
Do everything in your power to protect yourself from the infection.
If you need more advice on how to treat an UTI, call the National UTI Hotline at 1-800-UART-INFO (1-800) 4-1-1.
For more information on how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) treats UTIs, visit their website at www.cdc.gov/utis.