Azo-Standard relieves the pain/burning associated with a urinary tract infection. May turn urine orange or red which is not considered harmful.

Azo-Standard Overview


Azo-Standard is an over the counter medication used to relieve the pain/burning associated with a urinary tract infection. Azo-Standard belongs to a group of drugs called urinary analgesics, which work by providing pain relief in the urinary tract. 

This medication comes in a tablet form and is taken 3 times a day with food. 

Common side effects of Azo-Standard include headaches, stomach cramps, and discoloration of the urine to a reddish/orange color.

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Azo-Standard Drug Class

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