A 37-year-old male arrives at your pharmacy. He is interested in getting a prescription for his UTI, as he hasn't had time to see his doctor and he heard that pharmacists can now prescribe for antibiotics for UTI. Upon further questioning, he has had a UTI once a couple of years ago with very similar symptoms (burning, increased urinary frequency). He has had his symptoms for 3 days. Last time, the doctor prescribed him an antibiotic (he can't remember which one), and it cleared his infection within a few days. He is not currently on any other medications, has no known allergies, and has no other medical conditions. Can you prescribe for this patient?