Blood Boost & Iron
What We Do
In the human body, Iron plays a vital role. A specific iron deficiency prevents the body from producing enough haemoglobin to prevent anaemia. Aiming for Iron during those times might be quite intimidating. However, IV treatment now makes treating anaemia less frightening. Intravenous iron therapy, administered into the vein with a needle, is one highly effective medical treatment for this illness. We referred to this as IV therapy. It raises the body’s amounts of blood, Iron, and haemoglobin. The treatment could take up to a few hours, and several visits are required to maintain the therapy until the patient’s iron level is within normal range.
IV Therapy, also known as Intravenous Therapy, is the infusion of vitamins, nutrients, minerals, amino acids and fluids directly into the bloodstream using a minimally invasive approach. By using IV hydration, 100% of the administered dose of nutrients, vitamins, minerals and fluids is immediately absorbed and provides fast relief from a number of ailments.
It is always wise to drink plenty of water. The more water you drink, the plumper your veins become and the easier it’ll be to locate your veins to administer and increase hydration and venous volume leading to the best results. Be sure to bring a good book or headphones with you as you sit and relax and enjoy the treatment.
IV bags can take anywhere between 15 minutes to 1 hour to administer. The time of the drip will depend on the amount recommended by your healthcare provider. Most drips average up to or less than 30 minutes.
Your healthcare provider will recommend weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly treatment depending on symptoms or desired effects.
IV therapy poses low risk for side effects. These could include irritation, inflammation, or bruising of the puncture site. More serious symptoms would include systemic reactions such as allergies but these are very rare despite its possibility of occurrence. You should always share with your provider any and all pertinent information regarding previous allergic reactions to medications or therapies in the past and/ or medications or supplements you are currently taking.