In an effort to better serve our patients, Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC has partnered with Urological Associates and Pikes Peak Urology. We are confident that the union of three patient-centric, top-rated urological practices will greatly benefit the residents of Colorado Springs and the surrounding area. Urological Associates is a premier urology practice in Colorado Springs led by board-certified urologists and nurse practitioners. Pikes Peak Urology, a division of Colorado Springs Urological Associates, has lived up to their motto of “prompt, caring, and compassionate” since 1989.
Our board-certified urologists consistently deliver positive patient experiences and excellent clinical outcomes for a wide spectrum of male and female urologic conditions. If you’re in need of compassionate, urological expertise from board-certified specialists, look no further than Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC.
Our providers have years of experience diagnosing and treating UTIs. We recognize that women are much more likely to develop UTIs than men because their urethras are shorter, which is why we offer the revolutionary . This technology is designed to rebuild genitourinary tissues, and can help put a stop to recurring UTIs when other treatment options have failed. If you’re seeking the best urinary tract infection doctors in Colorado Springs, CO, look no further than Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC.
Up to 60 percent of women and 12 percent of men will contract a urinary tract infection (UTI) at least once in their lifetime. We understand how frustrating and uncomfortable UTI symptoms can be, especially when they are chronic or recurring. Our expert urologists diagnose and treat UTIs in both men and women. If you’re experiencing urinary frequency, urgency, or burning/pain while urinating, reach out to the Colorado Springs Urological Associates, PLLC team by phone for an evaluation with one of our specialists. The sooner we can give you a UTI evaluation and treatment, the better.
UTIs are caused by bacteria that enter the urethra and the bladder, and result in an infection. E. coli, the bacteria normally found inside our intestines, is responsible for 90 percent of urinary tract infections.
Symptoms of a UTI include:
In order to determine the most effective antibiotic for your UTI, your doctor will first need a urine sample to confirm that you have a UTI. Using the results from your urine test, the doctor can then decide which type of antibiotic will work best at clearing the infection, and how long you should take it.
To lower your risk of developing a UTI, be sure to avoid the following:
It’s good practice to: