If you’re experiencing "any" of the below symptoms, you may have a UTI.
☐ Burning feeling when you pee
☐ Frequent urge to pee
☐ Going to pee but only a little comes out
☐ Cloudy or bloody urine
☐ Urine has a strong odour
☐ Pain or pressure in your back or lower abdomen
Concerned about visiting a doctor’s office? Now you have the option to stay home and have your doctor consult over video or the phone.
Request a consult with a doctor
Our unique UTI Home Test and Prevention Supplement are recommended by doctors across Canada and the US to help reduce UTI recurrences and the need for antibiotics.
Stay home and take the Utiva UTI test at home. This is the same Test Used in Medical Clinics
“The doctor consult service was great! They were prompt in their response to my consult request and the nurse and doctor were thorough in assessing my situation and prescribing the appropriate medication. Home delivery and counselling with Alliance Pharmacy was a bonus too!”
- M.B., Sarnia, ON
Causes of UTIs
A UTI (urinary tract infection) is caused by bacteria in your urinary system which invades and sticks to the lining of your bladder. The typical treatment and even prevention for UTIs are antibiotics, but chronic antibiotic usage can be harmful to your body. All-natural UTI prevention does exist in cranberries – with PACs – the cranberry’s active molecule
doctor visits each year are for UTI-related issues
of women will experience symptomatic acute UTIs in their lifetime
of these are likely to experience an additional episode
Sunnybrook, University Health Network, Jewish General, Mount Sinai,