A: Hi MikeS, yes it is a very close indicator for that! We do however recommend your wife contatcs her health care professional after to see what would be best to help relive symptoms, or infection. If we can provide you with any more assistance, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 1-800-722-3476. Our Care Team is available to speak to Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm, Eastern Standard Time.
A: Hi Emily, Yes, AZO Urinary Tract Infection Test Strips are suitable for men & women.
A: Hello Z, Yes they can. As a suggestion, since it might be hard to get a child to urinate on the strip or to hold the strip in their urine stream you can follow our suggested directions of using a clean dry cup/container and dip the strip in there after the child urinates. Hope this helps & good luck!
A: Hello Angie, No, AZO Test Strips® were designed only to help detect a urinary tract infection in humans. We recommend speaking to your dog's veterinarian.
A: A spotty result on the AZO Test Strips is considered inconclusive. We recommend testing again in 24 hours. Also, both tests turning positive is the strongest indication of a urinary tract infection. However, any time you are experiencing symptoms of a urinary tract infection, it is advisable to see your Health Care Professional.