If you get UTIs often or even if you just get them from time-to-time, you've got to get one of these. Three urine tests at home, online consultation, and we deliver the treatment to your door.
You buy this little pack, and it sits in your cupboard. Just like Panadol, or ibuprofen or bandages. Inside there's some bits and pieces. You literally pull the thing open. There are three little sticks. They're about 8cm long, and you pee on them, and it takes 90 seconds to get the result.
It's very very simple. Line up with this test card and then you can see whether or not you need to ring us at Well Revolution if it's abnormal. The whole thing guys. You get three urine tests, online consultation with a doctor via video chat and the treatment are all delivered. All of it. No going to the pharmacy or mucking around. All-in-one.
The treatment can either be couriered to you, that's usually overnight. If you want the medicine now? Then we'll just deliver the script to the nearest pharmacy. So, it seriously makes it super super easy.
If you leave a UTI, it could get really really bad. The little bugs can go from your bladder, and then they can hoon up to your kidneys, and then you're in a world of pain, and then you need to go to the hospital, and then you need to have IV antibiotics.
Urinary tests for UTIs. So you get one of these. Three urine tests in a box. Instructions, the whole shebang. Videos and everything on how to perform the tests. You get an online consultation with a doctor through the Well Revolution platform, and we deliver you the treatment.
It's easy, and it should be easy, and this is how it should be!
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