The average IV treatment lasts an hour to an hour and a half.
You should feel some of the effects of the infusion immediately, by feeling more energized and and overall feeling of wellbeing. Most people feel the effect for up to 2-3 weeks. There should be no adverse effects from the infusion.
For most instances, every 2-3 weeks for an immune support infusion should be optimal. It can be customize per client based on need.
There should be no discomfort while the infusion is in process. The insertion of the needle/catheter may slightly hurt when being placed. We do use lidocaine, a numbing agent on the skin prior to decrease the discomfort. Most people say it is very minor. Drinking fluids prior to the infusion to hydrate well will make the insertion much easier. Some people complain about a feeling of being cold when the fluid is going into the vein. If this happens, we are prepared with heating blankets.
No, there are none.
IV infusion requires a needle in the vein whereas a booster shot is just a single injection with a basic needle.
Yes there are a few conditions that are contraindicated:
Unfortunately we cannot accommodate a "companion" animal. Guide dogs are always welcome!