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  • Are there any side effects?
    - As with many things in life, balance is key. If administered improperly or in excess, there may be a risk for health complications associated with vitamin or mineral overdose. - Any time an IV is administered, there will always be a risk for infection. This is because IVs open up a direct path into the bloodstream and don’t allow the body a chance to fight against any bacteria that may be entering the person’s system directly. Although infections are very uncommon in IV therapy, it’s still extremely important that a licensed professional administers the infusion and monitors it while in progress.
  • How much does it cost?
    Each infusion type and amount (1000L or 500ml) vary in price. Once we decide what bag you are going to receive, I will discuss price with you.
  • How long does it take?
    1000L bag about 45 mins - 1 hour 500ml bag about 20-30 mins
  • Which infusion should I get?
    Totally up to you! You tend to know your body best. But, if you need some help deciding, we can discuss and figure out what will benefit your body the most.
  • How often can I get an IV?
    Every 2-4 weeks!
  • Is IV Therapy safe for pregnant and/or breastfeeding women?
    There is not enough data on it crossing into the placenta or milk in relation to toxic levels so we do not recommend. But, I am happy to administer plain IV fluids and nausea medications (which is proven to be safe) to help women who are experiencing nausea and vomiting associated with the pregnancy.
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