Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
- A recurring and intense need to urinate
- A painful, burning feeling in the bladder or urethra during urination
As a public relations maven, Whitney works hard to build hype. But when she has a UTI, her symptoms attract the wrong kind of attention.
Hypermotility and spasms have Whitney running for cover.†
- Hyoscyamine—an antispasmodic agent that helps relax smooth muscle tissue to relieve urinary pressure and spasms
- Phenyl salicylate—an analgesic agent that relieves pain
- A combination of antiseptic ingredients‡
Whitney takes Uribel because it treats more than just pain. It contains an antispasmodic to help alleviate the spasms and hypermotility typically associated with urinary tract disorders.†
*IQVIA prescription data, accessed March 2018.
†Hypothetical patient. Results may vary.
‡Uribel does not replace antibiotic therapy prescribed by your doctor.
- National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Urinary tract infections in adults. NIH Publication No. 12–2097. November 2011.
The Uribel savings card is available to everyone.§
Patients with private insurance can use the Uribel savings card to offset the cost of a co-payment or coinsurance.
Patients without insurance coverage can use the Uribel savings card to receive a discount off the retail price of each prescription.
Patients with Medicare can use the Uribel savings card:
Medicare does not cover Uribel; therefore,
-Patients can use the Uribel savings card to receive a discount off the retail price of each prescription.
-Medicare patients are entitled to use the Uribel savings card if they are paying the full retail price for Uribel.
§Subject to eligibility. Terms and conditions apply.