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Think you have a UTI?  (Urine Infection) You may be able to see your local pharmacist instead of the GP.

There is a new service available where you may be able to get antibiotics from the nearest pharmacy. If you are female age 16 to 65 years and you can answer NO to all of the following questions then contact your local pharmacy in the first instance.

Are you pregnant?

Do you have pain in your side?

Do you have a high temperature?

Have you had more than 3 UTI's in last 12 months?

Are you breastfeeding?

Have you seen any blood in your urine?

Do you have a catheter?

Do you have diabetes?

Do you have any new vaginal discharge?

Do you feel unwell in yourself?

End of questions

ALISS - ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a service to help you find help and support close to you when you need it most.

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