Could I have a UTI? Or is it something else?
For people who use a catheter, whether for a short time or long-term, catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are a real risk
Urinary tract infections affect millions of people every year. If you are one of these people, TestCard is a great solution.
Are you looking to find out more about at-home UTI testing with TestCard?
One of the biggest risk factors for getting a urinary tract infection is sex.
Fed up of drinking just plain water and/or cranberry juice to keep yourself UTI-free? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could mix it up a bit?
Yes, men can also get urinary tract infections. UTIs are much more common in women, but almost 15% of men will also get a UTI at some point in their lifetime!
14 things everyone needs to know about UTIs
Are UTIs or other bladder health issues affecting your mental health?
Two of the most common approaches used by doctors for UTI testing are urine culture, and dipstick urine testing.
So you suspect you may have a UTI and you’ve received your TestCard UTI test kit to check for signs of infection now what?
If you are experiencing unusual symptoms and suspect that you might have a urinary tract infection, it is good to check the most common symptoms of UTI before anything else.
Getting a UTI can be a pain for women of any age, but women post-menopause are especially at risk of developing a urinary tract infection.
UTI causes, symptoms and treatment options during pregnancy.
Want to know how to keep UTI (AKA cystitis) at bay? There are a number of things you can try.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common, affecting 50-60% of women at some point in their lifetime (around 150 million people every year worldwide), and can be very unpleasant.
If I’m leaking urine, could I have a urinary tract infection?
How to: prevent urinary tract infections through nutrition and hydration
Can you really cure a UTI with cranberry juice? Here, TestCard’s CMO Andrew Vallance Owen, breaks down some common myths about UTIs
At-home testing & mobile technology set to change the UK’s approach to health in 2021
Uncertainty and confusion around the symptoms of common Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) is causing people to mistake them for other conditions
At TestCard, we talk a lot about Urinary Tract Infections (UTI). It’s one of the areas that we can help to test without needing to see a doctor or health professional.
The world of high-tech medicine and diagnostics is advancing at a rapid rate.
For many women, their first experience of UTI will occur during menopause...
If you care for somebody with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), you probably don’t need any specialist training, equipment or education...
UTIs are common during pregnancy with somewhere between 2 and 10 percent of pregnant women likely to experience a UTI
Cystitis, a common symptom of a UTI, can bring great discomfort for its, usually, female sufferers.