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Drip Therapy Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Drip IV Therapy?
Drip IV Therapy is an on-demand mobile IV vitamin therapy service delivering treatments in California. Registered nurses administer treatments in the comfort of your home, hotel, office, or special event. Drip IV Therapy offers vitamin infused blends to optimize repair, recovery, and rehydration on the cellular level and delivers straight to your door. Our science-backed therapies and formulations are created and perfected to address a variety of symptoms such as dehydration, weight management, low libido, hangovers, low energy, jet lag, migraines, nausea, brain fog, etc.
Where do I get my treatment?
Drip IV Therapy is a mobile platform, meaning we can administer your treatment whenever, wherever. Our professional registered nurses arrive with all the equipment needed for service. We also mix our solutions right in front of you, making sure you see and are aware of all the ingredients being used in your IV blend. bring all of the equipment required.
How does IV Treatment work?
Intravenous (IV) fluid drips deliver saline solution through a small catheter and tubing directly into the bloodstream. This solution usually includes medications and vitamin supplements that are tailored to the individual patient. During therapy, the nurse inserts an IV line which is attached to a bag of saline solution. The bag is then hung above the patient’s head. IV therapy bags are designed to let gravity, as opposed to a syringe or other forced technique, carry fluid into the veins over time. The duration of a single treatment varies from person to person but typically lasts 45 minutes - 1 hour.
What are the benefits of Drip IV Therapy?
Drip IV Therapy is one of the most effective ways to deliver nutrients, vitamins, and fluids to your body, and is more efficient than oral supplements. This technique bypasses your digestive system and is administered directly into your bloodstream. Your body is able to absorb the maximum amount of nutrients and fluids since nothing is lost as a result of the digestive process. In addition, vitamins and nutrients become immediately available to your cells for use for fast results.
Why are vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants important?
Our bodies need a consistent amount of vitamins and minerals to promote homeostasis and optimal health. Vitamin deficiencies can contribute to a variety of acute and long-term conditions. Antioxidants are an essential part of maintaining a healthy immune system, detoxifying your body and removing free radicals that can contribute to cellular damage. Antioxidants also play a role in energy production.
Who will be administering the treatment?
All of our treatments are administered by licensed Registered Nurses (RN) who are trained and experienced in administering IV treatments. They are supervised by our Medical Director, Dr. Paul Y. Song.
How long do IV drip treatments take?
Our IV treatments typically last between 45min -1hr. The duration depends on a few different factors.
How Quickly can you get a nurse to me for an IV drip treatment?
In general, we can have a nurse to your home, hotel or office in about an hour of booking your appointment. We recommend booking an appointment in advance to get  your desired time slot, however we do our best to accommodate you even on short notice.
What areas do you cover?
We currently offer services in Los Angeles and surrounding areas, IE, SD
How much do the treatments cost?
Our IV treatments start at $205 and range up to $440.  Our 3 most popular packages are our Immunity Drip, The Hangover Drip, and the Super Drip. These IVs include unique blends of IV fluids, vitamins, and antioxidants that can help improve your symptoms within an hour of treatment.
Do you take insurance?
We do not accept insurance at this time, but you may submit your receipt to your insurance for reimbursement. We strive to provide our mobile IV services at a reasonable price that ensures the highest level of quality and care.
How often can I get IV treatments?
Depending on your needs, our medical professionals will make recommendations on the number of times you should get your IV treatments.
What Kinds of IV add-on services do you offer?
We offer a selection of vitamin and medication shots and IV add-ons, including:
  • B complex
  • B12, also offered as IM
  • Glutathione, also offered as IM
  • High dose glutathione
  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin C
  • Antihistamine
  • Anti-nausea
  • Anti-inflammatory, also offered as IM
  • Anti-acid
  • Zinc
Do you offer group rates?
Yes, we offer group discounts and group rates depending on the size of the group and the IV services desired.
Do you provide IV services for events or private parties?
Yes, we offer mobile IV services for small, medium, and large events. We also offer services for private parties. We can provide Our group IV services generally include a stationed nurse. Contact us to learn more about how we can accommodate your event.
Do you charge a cancellation fee?
Yes we do. Same day cancellations will not be refunded the $100 deposit. All appointments canceled within an hour of the scheduled appointment will incur a full charge of the services booked.
Do you charge any additional fees for the nurse to come to my location?
Please note the following regarding our travel and rush hour fees: Travel Fee:
  • no charge within 24 miles of your location
  • 25 miles: $35
  • 30 miles: $45
  • 35 miles: $55
  • 40+ miles: $65
Rush Hour Fee: We charge an additional $25 for appointments booked during peak traffic hours:
  • Morning: 7-9 AM
  • Evening: 4-6 PM
What is safe in pregnancy?
Our IVs are filled with vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin B complex, and zinc, all of which are recommended for pregnant women. In fact, you already get many of these vitamins and minerals through your daily prenatals.  According to the ACOG The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, “Many antiemetic drugs have been shown to be safe to use during pregnancy. But others have conflicting or limited safety information. For example, a drug called ondansetron is highly effective in preventing nausea and vomiting, but studies are not clear about its safety for the fetus. Ondansetron also has been linked to heart-rhythm problems in people taking the drug, especially in those who have certain underlying conditions”.  There are some IV companies who do give this medication IV; however, Drip IV will ask you for a note from your OBGYN to give IV anti-nausea or any vitamins.
What can be used for nausea/vomiting during pregnancy?
If diet and lifestyle changes don’t help, or if you have severe nausea and vomiting of pregnancy, you might need medical treatment. Your ob-gyn or other obstetric care provider will first want to know whether your symptoms are due to nausea and vomiting of pregnancy or another medical cause. If other causes are ruled out, you may be able to take certain medications:
  • Vitamin B6 is a safe, over-the-counter treatment that may be tried first for nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.
  • Doxylamine, a medication found in over-the-counter sleep aids, can be added if vitamin B6 alone does not relieve symptoms.
  • A prescription drug that combines vitamin B6 and doxylamine is available. Both drugs, taken alone or together, have been found to be safe to take during pregnancy and have no harmful effects on the fetus.
Why do we limit the fluid for elderly patients?
All patients regardless of age will need to be screened prior to sending out a nurse.
Do you require a deposit to hold appointments?
Yes, we require a $100 deposit in order to secure an appointment. The remaining balance may be paid in the form of card or cash with the nurse.
Is there an extra charge if we want to run the Drip longer?
Yes. We charge an extra $75 an hour if the patient requests a slower drip.
How long are your NAD+ Drips?
We request that you set aside about 3 hours for a 1L infusion.

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