A urine infection (UTI) is usually treated quite easily with a short course of antibiotics. Make sure you finish all the antibiotics, even if you are feeling better.
If you are a woman aged 16 to 65, you are not pregnant, and you do not have any other complicating factors, you can buy an antibiotic from some pharmacies without a prescription from a doctor.
You can take pain relief to dull the pain and lower your temperature. You should also drink plenty of fluids.
If you keep getting UTIs (recurrent UTI ) your healthcare provider may give you a low dose antibiotic to take every day for a few months.
If your urine test does not find any bacteria, you may have another cause for your symptoms such painful bladder syndrome or a sexually transmitted infection (STI).