Frequently Asked Questions

This modality is not widely known and often times patients have many questions. Here are some common questions we receive.

What is a Vitamin Infusion?

An intravenous vitamin infusion (IV) delivers a solution containing vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, fluids like saline or sodium lactate, and medications that are customized to each patient through tubing connected directly to the bloodstream. Since IV infusions enter the bloodstream directly, they boost vitamin absorption rates significantly higher than traditional oral vitamins and provide enhanced health benefits. 

 

Our most popular infusion, the Myers Cocktail is considered the gold standard for vitamin infusions and can help with: inflammation, fatigue, stress, muscle pain and cramps, anxiety, headaches, autoimmune rheumatoid arthritis, respiratory issues, and depression.

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How Long Will It Take?

Most IV infusions can be administered in 45-60 minutes, depending on the selected package and how well the patient is tolerating the infusion. Certain packages may require longer infusion times; NAD+ packages can take up to 3.5 hours. The fan-favorite Good Time Friday can alleviate a hangover in less than an hour!

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What Vitamins Will I Receive?

VitaSuite offers a variety of proprietary infusion formulas. These include vitamins B, C, and D, amino acid blends, antioxidants, pain relievers, minerals, and anti-nausea medication. Patients receiving Fit & Healthy infusion report reduced joint pain, greater range of motion, and lessened overall joint irritation.

Who Can Benefit from Vitamin Infusions?

Everyone can benefit from infusions! People suffering from a number of ailments like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, asthma, migraines, chronic pain, low energy, or dehydration can greatly benefit from a VitaSuite infusion. Athletes report our Fit & Healthy package helps them recover quickly, get rehydrated, and naturally build muscle.

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How Long Will It Take?

Most IV infusions can be administered in 45-60 minutes, depending on the selected package and how well the patient is tolerating the infusion. Certain packages may require longer infusion times; NAD+ packages can take up to 3.5 hours. The fan-favorite Good Time Friday can alleviate a hangover in less than an hour!

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How Should I Prepare for an Infusion?

If you have any medical conditions, consult your primary care physician before receiving an infusion.  Arrive a few minutes before your appointment to provide health information or you may phone or email us for an appointment and we will email you a link to securely provide this information ahead of time. Health information we collect includes: a comprehensive medical history, a list of any medications you're taking (including over-the-counter medications) and any concerns you have regarding your condition.

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How Safe are Vitamin Infusions?

Infinity IV infusions are administered only by registered nurses who continually monitor our patients throughout their time with us. Most patients tolerate vitamin infusions well, a very small number of patients may have an adverse reaction. Risks of vitamin infusions include vein irritation and inflammation, pain at the injection site, blood clots, and fluid overload that can result in electrolyte imbalances. 

Who Should Not Receive Vitamin Infusions?

Patients suffering from Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), renal (kidney) insufficiency or failure, or patients currently on dialysis should not receive IV vitamin infusions. Pregnant or breastfeeding women are eligible only for the Quick Drippackage, with consideration for other packages given upon advice from their physician. Minor children aged 16-18 may receive infusions with a parent or guardian’s consent and presence during infusion.

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