AZO® Test Strips

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In just 2 minutes, know if you have a UTI so you can seek treatment

With AZO Test Strips®, you can take a UTI test at home safely and simply with accurate results that you can share with your doctor.

Package size:
3 ct
$10.99
5.0

Great Test Strips!!

“I tried these before and I think they are a great product to use because they are very accurate and help me figure out what’s going on with my body before i go see my Dr. I would recommend these to anyone who insists on trying these.”
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Product Benefits

There’s a difference between wondering whether you have a UTI and really knowing it’s time to pay your doctor a visit. AZO Test Strips® can help detect if you have a UTI with quick results that you can share with your doctor.

  • Each test strip tests for both Leukocytes (white blood cells) and Nitrites – for greater reliability

With AZO Test Strips® you get:

  • Accurate test results –the same test most doctors use to diagnose a UTI.
  • Quick results in just two minutes.
  • A clean grip handle that is sanitary and easy-to-use
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Test results are ready to read in just 2 minutes
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Same type of UTI test that most doctors use to diagnose a UTI
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Convenient at home test

Use at the first sign of a UTI: Urinary pain, burning, urgency or frequency.

Directions:

  • Simply wet one test strip by holding it in your urine stream for 1-2 seconds.
  • Read result at 1 minute for Nitrite and at 2 minutes for Leukocytes.
  • Match the color of the test strip pads to the color blocks on the foil pouch.

See insert inside for complete instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common UTI symptoms are:

  • Pain or painful urination
  • Frequent need to urinate
  • Burning sensation while urinating
  • Bladder spasm
  • Lower back pain
  • Fever

If you experience any of these symptoms, immediately consult your physician. Learn more about common UTI symptoms and about diagnosing a UTI.

When used properly, the AZO Test Strips home UTI test can detect that you may have a urinary tract infection (UTI). AZO Test Strips test for both leukocytes (white blood cells or WBC’s) and nitrite. These tests performed together are more effective for detecting a UTI than testing for nitrite alone.

You should say, “My AZO Test Strips UTI test is positive for nitrite and/or WBCs (leukocytes)”.

Most substances will not interfere with the test. However, some medications can affect the color of your urine, making it difficult to properly match the colors. For example, if you take more than 500 mg of Vitamin C in 24 hours, you may obtain a false negative nitrite result. The drug tetracycline may also cause a false negative WBC result. If you are having difficulty reading the test strip or getting a negative result while experiencing UTI symptoms, contact your healthcare professional immediately.

Use the following table to determine what your test results mean. Remember, they are only one piece of information your doctor needs in order to treat you. RESULTS Recommendations Leukocytes (LEU) Nitrite (NIT) Negative Negative Results suggest no sign of a UTI. When trace LEU occurs or if you have symptoms, test again the following day with your first morning urine using a new test strip. If you get another trace LEU or if you still have symptoms, consult your physician. Negative or trace Positive Results suggest a sign of a UTI. Consult your physician immediately. Positive Positive Results suggest a sign of a UTI. Consult your physician immediately. Positive Negative Results suggest a sign of a UTI. Repeat the test next time you urinate using a new test strip. Make sure to wash the genital area first. If LEU is still positive, consult your physician.

AZO Urinary Pain Relief contains phenazopyridine hydrochloride, an organic dye. This dye can interfere with test results making them harder to read.

Bacteria require time to convert nitrates to nitrites. Testing in the morning, assuming you have slept for at least four hours without urinating, allows the bacteria sufficient time to complete the conversion and provide a rich sample for testing.

Your healthcare professional may recommend that you test your urine again after completing the antibiotic treatment. If the AZO Test Strips is positive, contact your healthcare professional and always follow instructions for taking an antibiotic even if the strip result is negative.

This is not recommended because traces of menses can produce a false positive WBC (Leukocyte) result.

AZO Test Strips will not identify anything other than the presence of WBCs (Leukocytes) and nitrites in the urine.

Under certain conditions, you may get a negative result even though you have a UTI. If your infection is caused by bacteria that does not change nitrate to nitrite, if your diet does not include nitrates, or if the urine has not been held in the bladder long enough (at least 4 hours), you will get a negative nitrite result. If there are only a small number of WBCs (Leukocytes) in the urine, you may get a negative WBC result. Always contact your healthcare professional when UTI symptoms persist.

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