Bladder Infection & Medical Care in Downtown Los Angeles

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Downtown Los Angeles Urgent Care - Bladder Infection

Cystitis Bladder Infection

This is the medical term given to a bladder infection or urinary tract infection, both of which are typically treated with antibiotics.

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5 Urgent Care Benefits

1. Affordable Rates

Compared to hospital emergency room pricing, urgent care facilities have much more favorable pricing.

2. Follow Up Care

Unlike hospitals, Downtown Los Angeles Urgent Care provides follow ups with all patients.

3. In-House Medication

At our DTLA urgent care facility we offer in-house medication with no waiting to get your prescriptions filled immediately - before you leave.

4. Care Providers

Unlike at hospitals, where care givers range from doctors to nurses to interns, Downtown Urgent Care medical providers are doctors.

5. Short Wait Times

Our L.A. urgent care location is walk-in (within 30 minutes of closing), meaning you have to wait minutes to see a doctor as opposed to hours at a hospital.

6 Facts About Bladder Control

  1. More than 200 million people suffer from bladder control issues, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
  2. Incontinence is an easily preventable condition that can be treated and that it’s not an inevitable consequence of getting old.
  3. Faecal incontinence affects approximately 1.4 percent of the general population that is 40 years old or over and constipation affects between three percent and 15 percent of the population.
  4. Faecal incontinence is just as common in women as it is in men, especially in studies involving older people.
  5. Approximately 24 percent of the elderly are affected by urinary incontinence. Of these people who are in institutional care, 30 to 60 percent are affected by urinary incontinence and 25 percent have bowel incontinence.
  6. 32% of women in the UK, 34% in Germany, 32% in France and 15% in Spain had symptoms of urinary incontinence in the previous 30 days, according to a recent study.