Is Intravenous (IV) therapy safe?

Thousands of people receive intravenous (IV) fluids, nutrients and medications daily with zero complications. The most common (yet still rare) problem with IV therapy is infection. With proper sterile techniques, the risk of infection is close to zero. At Replenish, our medical professionals are highly trained and take the utmost care to ensure that your therapy is as safe as possible.

 

does it hurt?

Typically, there is a very small amount of pain associated with IV placement (a little pinch!). If you're worried about the pain, we can numb the site with a topical numbing medicine.

 

How often should i get IV therapy?

Our providers at Replenish can help tailor each guests therapy individually. Depending on your goals, IV therapy can be administered as often as once a week.

 

what if i am sick and need more care than just iv therapy?

The physicians at our parent company, NomadMD, can help with any medical issue you may have.  404.991.3641

 

Should i visit replenish or go to an emergency room for hydration therapy?

The difference between Replenish and the Emergency Room is cost and the comfort. The average cost of an ER visit for hydration therapy is close to $1000. The average wait time is 4 hours. For a fraction of the cost and time, our Emergency trained medical professionals will cater to your hydration needs in a spa like environment.                    

How long does it take to get the therapy?

Typically your entire experience at Replenish will last 45min to 1hour.

 

Are there any negative side effects?

Most of our therapies have no negative side effects. A few of the vitamins can cause a whole body warmth feeling while others can make you feel very relaxed. If you're getting a detox therapy it is common to feel tired and sometimes flu like (often called the Herxheimer reaction), but this does not last. Our medical professionals will provide you with all the details of your therapy prior to administration. As always, we can be reached to answer any questions you may have following your therapy.