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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the uses for IV therapy?
    Weight loss Hair, skin, nails Athletic performance recovery Immune system support Electrolyte balance Cold & flu relief Mental alertness Pregnancy symptom alleviation and more!
  • How do I know I’m receiving the right dosage; how do I know my dosage is safe from contamination?
    IV bags are prepared in front of the client to ensure that the client is receiving what was requested without contamination.
  • Are labs drawn at the same place that you receive IV therapy?
    No. You will have a good faith exam by our nurse practitioner via telehealth. Labs will be required after four injections of Vitamin D.
  • How often should you get an IV?
    Weekly or bi-weekly. This varies according to what your needs are, and should be discussed with the RN who administers your IV. A lot of people who set up routine IV therapy treatments choose once a week to once a month, but if you’re suffering from something like migraines to morning sickness, you may want to speak to the provider about the frequency.
  • How long does an IV Infusion take?
    Each drip is a little different, but on average, drips range from 30 min to 1 hour.
  • Why consider IV infusions instead of taking pills or drinking a liquid?
    IV infusion provides immediate relief.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We are NOW accepting HSA and FSA payments this still allows us to keep our prices lower while allowing you to use the benefits you have through your health insurance plans. We do accept all major credit cards, apple pay, Zelle, Venmo, and cash.
  • Who is a good candidate for IV therapy?
    In general, IV therapy is a good option for anyone 18 years of age or older who has a valid U.S. state driver's license and with a wide range of wellness needs. These may include but are not limited to the following: Those who may have a nutritional deficiency or people who have difficulty getting their daily nutrients through their diet. We offer drips that will benefit those who may want to increase their energy levels, who desire anti-aging benefits, who need relief from hangovers, who are immunity suppressed, and for athletic performance. These are just a few drips that we offer.
  • Does getting stuck by the needle hurt?
    IVs are always inserted by highly trained medical personnel ensuring slight discomfort. Most have described it as a slight "pinch" followed by a cooling sensation of the IV infusing. If you are extremely nervous about the insertion process we offer a topical anesthetic to numb the area for a small fee.
  • How much does it cost?
    The price is contingent on the services you are getting. You can find all pricing on the website for IM Injections and IVs, including if you want to have add-ons. Add-ons are only available for IVs.
  • What are the disadvantages of IV therapy?
    As with any medication, IV therapy can cause side effects for some people. Professionals will monitor your body's reaction during your entire infusion. If you feel any discomfort let someone know IMMEDIATELY. Infection at the injection site Rashes Phlebitis Bruising
  • Who doesn’t qualify for Semaglutide?
    It is not recommended for those with a personal or family history of certain endocrine or thyroid tumors, specifically medullary thyroid cancer. An unusual or allergic reaction to Semaglutide, other medications, foods, dyes, or preservatives. If you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant or breast-feeding.
  • What happens if you take Semaglutide and you don’t have diabetes?
    Among individuals with obesity without type 2 diabetes, subcutaneous Semaglutide can be effective for weight loss with an 11.85% reduction from baseline compared to placebo. This supports the use of Semaglutide for weight management in obesity.
  • Can I drink coffee or tea before my IV session?
    Do not drink coffee or tea prior to your treatment.
  • What should I do before my IV session?
    Drink a few glasses of water before your appointment.
  • Which medications should I avoid before my IV session?
    Antihistamines and decongestants. These medications may constrict your blood vessels, which makes it difficult to find a vein for your treatment.
  • What is Semaglutide?
    Semaglutide essentially mimics a hormone that stimulates the pancreas to produce more insulin, in turn lowering blood sugar, reducing cravings, and slowing digestion. All these mechanisms keep you feeling satiated and prevent you from overeating, ultimately leading to weight loss.
  • How does Semaglutide cause weight loss?
    You will lose weight with Semaglutide because you will eat less and feel fuller when you do eat. Semaglutide does this by targeting an area in the brain called (GLP-1 receptors) that helps to regulate your appetite and how much you eat.
  • How does Semaglutide make you feel?
    Nausea is the most common side effect. These side effects are usually mild and should go away after a few days or weeks of treatment. Nausea is even more common if you’re taking the higher dose version for weight loss. Vomiting tends to be less common than nausea. Other possible side effects include diarrhea, constipation, headache, dizziness, fatigue and low blood sugar levels.
  • How long can you take Semaglutide?
    As the optimal duration of use is unknown. However, you can take it weekly until you reach your desired weight loss. Semaglutide is not a substitute for diet and exercise but can be a very effective treatment in one’s weight loss journey.
  • Is Semaglutide covered by insurance?
    Most insurance plans cover Semaglutide (Ozempic) when it’s used as a treatment for Type 2 diabetes. When it’s used for weight-loss purposes, however, it’s much less likely to be covered. You can always check with your Primary Care Physician.
  • Do you lose weight immediately on Semaglutide?
    Each person’s situation is unique, and it’s challenging to offer a specific timeline once you start semaglutide injections for weight loss. You should start seeing notable changes within a few weeks to months, while others might take a bit longer. It all depends on your body, lifestyle, and commitment to the process.
  • Can you lose weight on Semaglutide without changing your diet?
    The active ingredient in Semaglutide does work for weight loss, according to research. It’s important that people continue to make lifestyle changes to help their weight loss, such as eating right and exercising.
  • What should you avoid eating while taking Semaglutide?
    Though every person is different, experts have noticed trends in patients’ complaints of side effects while taking semaglutide. “High-fat foods-like fried or greasy foods-and alcohol are some of the most important groups to avoid.
  • What should you eat to help your weight loss while taking Semaglutide?
    *Eat a healthy diet, including fresh fruits and vegetables, with whole grains and fiber. *Select low-fat dairy products such as fat-free milk products, less butter, or low-fat cheese *Consume a variety of proteins like seafood, lean meats, and poultry or eggs.
  • Do you gain weight back after stopping Semaglutide?
    It is possible to gain weight back after stopping Semaglutide or other GLP-1 agonists. It’s not a guaranteed side effect.

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