Migraines, hangovers, stomach flu, kidney stones, morning sickness, heat exhaustion, muscle cramps, fatigue, or just feeling under the weather? These conditions are either caused by or cause dehydration.
The human body is 60 percent water. It takes up to 120 minutes for the human body to absorb water after being consumed by mouth. By the time we are “thirsty”, the human body is lacking 1-2% of water. 75 percent of North Americans are chronically dehydrated.
IV Infusions fix dehydration NOW and IV administration of hydration, vitamins, and medications can correct imbalances and causes of dehydration while boosting immune system support.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unsure if IV infusions are right for you?
The medical professionals at Century Health Care NP have answered the most common questions below, but are more than happy to discuss anything more in depth via email or phone!
How much do the IV’s cost?
IV’s start at just $90! Medications and vitamins are available as add-ons to correct specific ailments.
What medications or vitamins are available as IV add-ons?
The medications and vitamins available include: Toradol (anti-inflammatory) $20, Zofran (anti-nausea) $20, Vitamin C (immune boost) $25, Benadryl (anti-histamine) $25, and Glutathione (anti-oxidant) $30.
How often do I need to be seen?
IV fluids can be administered as often as needed!
How long does it take?
IV therapy from check-in to leaving takes about an hour and a half. This takes into account starting an IV, fluids running, and any medication delivery. Individual times vary depending on exact infusion.
What to Expect From Your Visit
IV infusions are completed by appointment only because of the length of time they take and the required attentiveness of the provider during the drip. Prior to your appointment, new patient paperwork, located on our contact page, can be completed to reduce the amount of office time, however patients are still welcome to complete the paperwork on site.
After checking in, the provider will review your paperwork and the reason for the IV Infusion. Infusion, vitamin, and medication recommendations will be made based off of this consultation. While you relax in the infusion recliners, an IV will be started and the drip will start. There is television and WiFi available and you are welcome to have food or drinks during your infusion.
The provider is more than happy to answer any questions regarding the procedure and available medications and vitamins.