UTI tests

UTI tests

$9.00
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Never wonder with our easy-to-use and medical grade at-home UTI tests. Comes with 3 UTI tests and 3 pH balanced wipes to ensure the most accurate results.

Clinically-tested

FDA and urologist-approved

Results in 2 minutes

Jargon-free instructions

Science-backed

Discreetly delivered

HSA/FSA eligible

Designed by women who get it

HOW DO I USE THE UTI TEST?

Our UTI test is a simple, one-step process. First, feel free to wipe your urethra (where you pee from) with one of the pH balanced wipes. Then, pee on the test strip pads. After letting the results develop for two minutes, compare the test strip pads to the color chart on the test wrapper. Check out our full instructions here.

HOW DO I READ MY UTI TEST RESULTS?

Hold the test strip up to each color block and match it to the closest color block on the chart on your test wrapper. The color on your test strip indicates if you are positive, negative, or have traces of nitrite and leukocytes. Use the below table to interpret your results.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MY TEST RESULTS INDICATE I HAVE A UTI?

If your UTI test shows a positive result, contact your primary care provider for assessment and treatment. While you wait for your appointment, drink lots of water as staying hydrated helps flush your urinary tract of bacteria. If you’re experiencing pain and discomfort, check out our UTI fast-acting pain relief for comfort.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MY RESULTS INDICATE THAT I DO NOT HAVE A UTI?

Our tests are clinically-tested at detecting common forms of UTIs. Remember, only a full urinalysis can detect every type of UTI. So if you have symptoms (even if you tested negative), please contact your primary care provider for assessment and treatment.

WILL THE UTI TEST GIVE ME ACCURATE RESULTS IF I'M PREGNANT?

A pregnancy will not interfere with your UTI test results. However, you may get an inaccurate results if:

 

  • You’re dehydrated or so overly-hydrated that your urine is diluted.
  • You experience color blindness (the test relies on color matching). Have someone check your results with you!
  • You’re already taking any kind of antibiotic.
  • Your urine has a ph>8, AKA you’re experiencing kidney stones, severe vomiting, blood in your urine, or other factors that are altering your urine in major ways. In those cases, this test is not for you, but please talk to your primary care provider and take care.
  • You’ve been taking medicine or supplements that alter your urine color, such as drugs containing azo dyes (i.e. our UTI fast-acting pain relief, Pyridium®, Azo Gantrisin®, Azo Gantanol®), nitrofurantoin (Microdantin®, Furadantin®), riboflavin.
  • Your UTI is caused by a bacteria that is not detectable by nitrite levels. This happens in a small number of cases and requires visiting your primary care provider.

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From the Library

Never wonder with our easy-to-use and medical grade at-home UTI tests. Comes with 3 UTI tests and 3 pH balanced wipes to ensure the most accurate results.

Clinically-tested

FDA and urologist-approved

Results in 2 minutes

Jargon-free instructions

Science-backed

Discreetly delivered

Designed by women who get it

HSA/FSA eligible

FROM THE LIBRARY

UTIs and sex: everything you need to know

READ THE ARTICLE

Can birth control cause a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Yeast infection vs. UTI? Which one do I have?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can you treat a UTI without antibiotics?

READ THE ARTICLE

Is it a bladder infection or a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can I take a UTI test at home?

READ THE ARTICLE

How to treat a UTI during pregnancy

READ THE ARTICLE

What are the early signs of a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

HOW DO I USE THE UTI TEST?

Our UTI test is a simple, one-step process. First, feel free to wipe your urethra (where you pee from) with one of the pH balanced wipes. Then, pee on the test strip pads. After letting the results develop for two minutes, compare the test strip pads to the color chart on the test wrapper. Check out our full instructions here.

HOW DO I READ MY UTI TEST RESULTS?

Hold the test strip up to each color block and match it to the closest color block on the chart on your test wrapper. The color on your test strip indicates if you are positive, negative, or have traces of nitrite and leukocytes. Use the below table to interpret your results.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MY TEST RESULTS INDICATE I HAVE A UTI?

If your UTI test shows a positive result, contact your primary care provider for assessment and treatment. While you wait for your appointment, drink lots of water as staying hydrated helps flush your urinary tract of bacteria. If you’re experiencing pain and discomfort, check out our UTI fast-acting pain relief for comfort.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MY RESULTS INDICATE THAT I DO NOT HAVE A UTI?

Our tests are clinically-tested at detecting common forms of UTIs. Remember, only a full urinalysis can detect every type of UTI. So if you have symptoms (even if you tested negative), please contact your primary care provider for assessment and treatment.

WILL THE UTI TEST GIVE ME ACCURATE RESULTS IF I'M PREGNANT?

A pregnancy will not interfere with your UTI test results. However, you may get an inaccurate results if:

  • You’re dehydrated or so overly-hydrated that your urine is diluted.
  • You experience color blindness (the test relies on color matching). Have someone check your results with you!
  • You’re already taking any kind of antibiotic.
  • Your urine has a ph>8, AKA you’re experiencing kidney stones, severe vomiting, blood in your urine, or other factors that are altering your urine in major ways. In those cases, this test is not for you, but please talk to your primary care provider and take care.
  • You’ve been taking medicine or supplements that alter your urine color, such as drugs containing azo dyes (i.e. our UTI fast-acting pain relief, Pyridium®, Azo Gantrisin®, Azo Gantanol®), nitrofurantoin (Microdantin®, Furadantin®), riboflavin.
  • Your UTI is caused by a bacteria that is not detectable by nitrite levels. This happens in a small number of cases and requires visiting your primary care provider.

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DR. JENNIFER MELLER, MD

Director of Internal Medicine at Park Avenue Medicine, Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College

DR. CHEUNG KIM, MD, MPH, FACOG

OB/GYN Specialist at Axia Women's Health, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, former Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery

DR. KATHERINE PALMEROLA, MD, FACOG

Fertility Specialist at IVFMD, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (SREI), Society for Reproductive Surgeons (SRS), American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

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From the Library

Yeast infection vs. UTI? Which one do I have?

READ THE ARTICLE

UTIs and sex: everything you need to know

READ THE ARTICLE

Can I take a UTI test at home?

READ THE ARTICLE

Is it a bladder infection or a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can you treat a UTI without antibiotics?

READ THE ARTICLE

How to treat a UTI during pregnancy

READ THE ARTICLE

What are the early signs of a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can birth control cause a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Yeast infection vs. UTI? Which one do I have?

READ THE ARTICLE

UTIs and sex: everything you need to know

READ THE ARTICLE

Can I take a UTI test at home?

READ THE ARTICLE

Is it a bladder infection or a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can you treat a UTI without antibiotics?

READ THE ARTICLE

How to treat a UTI during pregnancy

READ THE ARTICLE

What are the early signs of a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Can birth control cause a UTI?

READ THE ARTICLE

Trusted by doctors, designed for you

DR. JENNIFER MELLER, MD

Director of Internal Medicine at Park Avenue Medicine, Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College

DR. CHEUNG KIM, MD, MPH, FACOG

OB/GYN Specialist at Axia Women's Health, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, former Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery

DR. KATHERINE PALMEROLA, MD, FACOG

Fertility Specialist at IVFMD, Fellow at American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology, member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and Society for Reproductive Surgeons