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  • Are IV’s safe?
    Yes, they are! All infusions and injections are administered by RN’s with extensive experience administering IV’s. Every IV we prepare is done in an ISO Class 5 Clean Room to ensure air-borne particulates do not get into your IV bag. All of our medical supplies, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants come from 503B compounding pharmacies regulated by the FDA using CGMP regulations. This means they are within the guidelines of the Current Good Manufacturing Practice’s methods, facilities, and controls in manufacturing, processing, and packing of the products being supplied to us.
  • How often can I get an IV?
    This will depend on the type of IV and the individual. We all metabolize and process things differently. Typically, people say they can tell when they are ready for another.
  • Do you take Insurance?
    We do not accept any private insurance/Medicare. Some Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) or Healthcare Savings Accounts (HSA) are accepted. Please check with your insurance, FSA, or HSA to make sure they will allow IV hydration before treatment. We are unable to refund you if they do not reimburse.
  • Are there any side effects with IV therapy?
    Side effects are rare with IV infusions. Minor side effects include bruising and soreness at the insertion site, metallic or flintstone vitamin taste in mouth, brief flushing feeling. Rare side effects include: risk of infection or allergic reaction. Side effects are short lived and the well-trained staff at RenewYou is capable of treating any symptoms.
  • Can anyone get an IV infusion or injection?
    Most people are eligible for IV infusion and injections. We will carefully review your intake form and take a full set of vital signs prior to your infusion. RenewYou reserves the right to withhold treatment if we feel it would not be in the best interest of the individual.
  • Can I get an IV if I’m pregnant?
    Pregnant women may receive hydration with a note from their doctor.
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