Get relief from your UTI today

A Healthvio medical provider will carefully review your symptoms and medical history to determine if an antibiotic and pain relief are medically appropriate to treat your UTI and associated symptoms.
Some antibiotics we may prescribe are:

Treatment list of uti

  • Macrobid

    Works by killing the bacteria that cause UTIs in the urethra, bladder, and/or kidneys

    It is available as a capsule or tablet taken by mouth.

  • Bactrim, Septra (trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole)

    Works by destroying bacteria in the body, which can alleviate bacterial infections.

    It is available as a liquid or tablet taken by mouth.

  • Cipro (Ciprofloxacin)

    Works by killing and preventing the growth of bacteria.

    It is available as a liquid, tablet, or extended-release tablet taken by mouth with or without food.

  • Keflex (cephalexin)

    works by preventing the growth of the bacterial cell wall. This keeps bacteria from multiplying and helps put an end to an infection.

    It is available as a liquid, capsule, or tablet taken by mouth.

  • Fosfomycin (Monurol)

    Works by killing bacteria that can multiply and spread in your urinary tract, causing infection and the resulting pain and inflammation.

    It is taken orally as a single-dose powder packet dissolved in a glass of water. Fosfomycin is safe and effective for most adults.

  • Note: Healthvio UTI treatment is currently only available to individuals with female reproductive systems.
    How It Works
    1. Answer some questions.

      Help your provider get up to speed on how to best help you by answering some questions pertaining to your medical history and symptoms.

    2. Select a consultation type & a provider.

      Select if you would like a live consultation or a questionnaire based consultation. Then, choose a provider that is licensed in your state of residence that you feel will best meet your needs.

    3. Receive your prescription.

      If appropriate, the provider will send your prescription electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.

    What Our Patients Are Saying


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    The Healthvio platform is your best friend! To get started, I filled out a straightforward questionnaire. Then, the doctor sent me a prescription for meds and, thank goodness, some painkillers. I’m drinking a ton of water and taking the meds as prescribed. I already feel close to 100% recovered!

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    April Li


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    Healthvio is incredible! Getting the medication I needed couldn’t have been easier. My doctor prescribed Macrobid and had it filled at a nearby our affiliated pharmacy. I’ve taken the antibiotics for three days now and feel much better.

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    Crystal Hayward


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    I woke up with the aching feeling of a UTI the other morning. Usually, I’d feel stressed because I’d have to miss work to drive to the clinic. But I easily booked an appointment with a Healthvio and got my antibiotics on the way to the office. Such a relief!

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    Treatment Options & Pricing

    Healthvio UTI Services offers whole-person medical care to treat uncomfortable UTI pain and symptoms effectively. We typically prescribe a seven-day course of the antibiotic known as Macrobid. However, other antibiotic treatments are also available depending on your particular needs.

    Your prescription’s cost will depend on the type of medication, the amount prescribed, and where you decide to fulfill the order.

    Our affiliated pharmacy offers transparent costs, budget-friendly pricing, and free shipping on prescriptions.

    UTI Treatment Questions

  • What causes a UTI?

    A urinary tract infection (UTI) is typically caused by bacteria entering the urethra and multiplying in the urinary tract. The most common bacteria responsible for UTIs is Escherichia coli (E. coli), which normally resides in the digestive system. However, other bacteria, such as Klebsiella, Proteus, and Staphylococcus, can also cause UTIs.

    Some common factors that can contribute to the development of UTIs include:

    • Poor hygiene
    • Sexual activity
    • Urinary tract abnormalities
    • Urinary catheterization:
    • Weakened immune system
    • Menopause


    It’s important to note that these are general factors, and the specific cause of a UTI can vary from person to person.

  • What are the symptoms of a UTI?

    The symptoms of a urinary tract infection (UTI) can vary depending on which part of the urinary tract is affected. Common symptoms of a UTI may include:


    • Frequent urination: Feeling the need to urinate more often than usual, often with minimal urine output.
    • Pain or burning during urination: Discomfort, stinging, or a burning sensation while passing urine.
    • Urgency: A strong and persistent urge to urinate.
    • Cloudy or strong-smelling urine: Urine may appear cloudy, hazy, or have an unpleasant odor.
    • Blood in the urine: In some cases, UTIs can cause visible blood in the urine, giving it a pink, red, or brownish color.
    • Lower abdominal pain or discomfort: Dull or persistent pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic region.
    • Fatigue or general malaise: Feeling tired, weak, or generally unwell.
    • Fever or chills: In more severe cases, a UTI can cause fever or chills, indicating the infection may have reached the kidneys.

    Note: Not everyone with a UTI will experience all of these symptoms. The severity and combination of symptoms can vary from person to person. If you suspect you have a UTI, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.

  • What should I take for UTI pain relief?

    Motrin (ibuprofen) and Tylenol (acetaminophen) are both effective for relieving UTI pain.  Pyridium (Azo), is also highly effective at relieving the pain and discomfort of a UTI.


    Please note that pain relievers are not a substitute for UTI treatment. The infection could continue to spread while you take pain relievers. It is recommended to only take a pain reliever until you get your antibiotics and then go off the pain medication so you can monitor your symptoms and make sure the infection is gone.

  • What is included in the consultation fee?

    It includes a medical provider licensed in your state evaluating your UTI questionnaire and creating your personalized treatment plan, and writing prescriptions. The consultation fee does not include medication(s).

    If medication is prescribed, your Healthvio provider will send the prescription(s) to a pharmacy of your choice. You will pay the pharmacy for the medication(s) and the price will depend on the pharmacy and whether you pay with insurance or out-of-pocket.