The information you provide us is treated with absolute confidentiality and will be reviewed by our experienced UK prescribers. We ask the following questions to provide the prescriber with an appropriate level of information to make an informed decision on whether the treatment is suitable or not.
Cystitis (UTI) can be alleviated without the use of antibiotics. We would strongly advise that you use first line pain killers such as ibuprofen or paracetamol for the first two days.
If your symptoms persist after two days that is the only time you should consider taking antibiotics to treat your cystitis (UTI)
If treatment is not suitable, you will be fully refunded and signposted to another point of care. The decision about the treatment is for both the patient and the prescriber to consider, however, the final decision will always lie with the prescriber.