Is Scanwell right for me?
Testing and treatment with Scanwell lets you skip the waiting room and save time and money, without sacrificing quality of care.

Who can test with Scanwell?

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Anyone can use Scanwell to get instant test results.

Who can get treatment?

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Scanwell partners with an online doctor’s office to provide treatment services for women aged 18 to 60, who are not pregnant, and do not have diabetes.

Due to the online nature of the treatment service, the doctors and nurse practitioners who provide treatment have to be more cautious than if they were seeing you in-person.

In some cases, it is in your best interest to get in-person treatment.

Is online treatment appropriate for me?

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If any of the following apply, online treatment is not appropriate for you and we recommend getting in-person treatment:

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Diabetic

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Recent UTI (within the last month)

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Kidney infection

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Younger than 18 or older than 60

Other restrictions may apply.

Frequently asked questions

Who can get treatment?

Scanwell partners with an online doctor’s office to provide treatment services for women aged 18 to 60, who are not pregnant, and do not have diabetes.

Due to the online nature of the treatment service, the doctors and nurse practitioners who provide treatment have to be more cautious than if they were seeing you in-person. In some cases, it is in your best interest to get in-person treatment. 

Does Scanwell take health insurance?

At this time, Scanwell and the treating clinicians we work with do not accept insurance, though we hope to in the future! For now, the only time you can use insurance is at the pharmacy when you pick up your prescription.


When should I use a Scanwell test kit?

Test with Scanwell at the first sign of symptoms. Common symptoms of UTI include:

■ Painful or burning feeling when peeing
■ Cloudy pee
■ Bloody pee
■ Strange-smelling pee

Left untreated, UTIs can lead to more serious infections or health issues. Using Scanwell, you can find out if you have a UTI in 2 minutes and if needed, get connected to same-day treatment.

How much does treatment cost?

After receiving your test results, you will have the option to get treatment from an online doctor's office. The cost to speak with a healthcare provider is $25 (you can think of this like a "copay" for the online appointment).

The cost of antibiotics is not included, and will depend on where you decide to fill and whether you are insured or not. We have found that the cost for antibiotics ranges from $5 to $25.

We also suggest checking out GoodRx before paying for your prescription. GoodRx offers discounts on prescriptions at most major pharmacies.