What to Expect After Therapy.

IV Therapy Infusion and IM Vitamin Injections can have some side effects that could make you feel uncomfortable at first. This is normal and most symptoms subside after a few minutes. Below is information that could help ease your transition into using IV Therapy Infusion and IM Vitamin Injections. If you have any questions the Drip City Lounge staff is always here to help."

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Vitamin and Nutrient Infusions

Possible Side Effects for IV Insertion
• Bruising at the site of injection may occur
• Infection at site of infection if sterile technique is not properly used
• Rash

Vitamin Infusion Pointers Overview

Many people know of Vitamin Cocktails with Myers- the best known of them. It consists of a mixture of Vitamin C, B-Complex and Magnesium with a few variations to it depending on where the stock comes from. Other frequently used products are glutathione (a powerful antioxidant), high dose vitamin C, amino acids amongst others (Taurine, L-Carnitine, L-Lysine, Acetylcysteine, L-Arginine) and minerals. Most people feel very good on Myers and IV therapies in general. However, a few patients do feel worse after a session.

Symptoms Summary

• Headache
• General unwellness
• Diarrhea or constipation
• Sinus congestion or flu-like symptoms
• Body aches

Secondly and naturally, expected negative-like symptoms that may arise from IV therapies that yield bad outcomes can be summarized as follows:

• They got dumped; their cells dumped stored wastes and toxins into the blood stream to be excreted via urine, feces or sweat. 
• Occasionally, the innate metabolic pathways are stagnant or are already overworked. In this instance, the symptoms can also feel bad. 
• Their detox organs are being overworked. These are your liver, skin, lymphatic system, kidney, colon, and lungs 
• Their detox capacity is good or has improved 

The first set of symptoms and even some of the second batch described above are not bad, they are natural, although not comfortable to go through. At the very least, it means that stored toxins are being released and cells are now cleaner. There are a few things that can be done to decrease the effects of this happening.