Phenazopyridine

by Cathy Parkes April 27, 2020 Updated: February 16, 2024

Phenazopyridine

Phenazopyridine is a urinary tract analgesic. It is used to treat the symptoms of a UTI (burning, pain, frequency, urgency). It is not an antibiotic!

HINT: Pyro = Fire, and reminds you that this medication the "burning" feeling of a UTI.

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