IV Hydration and IV Vitamin/Nutritional Therapy

What is IV Hydration Therapy? What is IV Vitamin /Nutritional Therapy?

IV hydration therapy involves rapidly replenishing the total body water content in your body. IV vitamin/nutritional therapy involves delivering a unique combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and nutrients into your body via an intravenous (IV) infusion, oftentimes called a “drip” since they are given in addition to a large volume of IV fluids. The micronutrients directly enter your bloodstream, bypassing the digestive and gastrointestinal tracts allowing for up to 100% absorption.

What conditions can IV hydration/vitamin therapy treat?

Our IV hydration/vitamin therapy is designed to help with the symptoms of a host of conditions including: dehydration, general fatigue, aches and pains, menstrual cramping, migraines,headaches, hangovers, vitamin deficiencies, allergies, cold/flu, substance withdrawal. IV hydration/vitamin therapy can also used to supplement recovery from minor procedures, weight loss, and overall athletic performance. Click [here] to find the most suitable infusion for you.

Are the infusions safe?

Yes! All of our supplies and ingredients are sourced from professional compounding pharmacies and medical suppliers. All infusion bags are constituted in house by trained medical professionals. You will also be monitored throughout your appointment to ensure the highest level of safety. At Hydrate IV Infusions, we won’t ever comprise on the safety and satisfaction of our clients.

What are some possible side effects of getting IV hydration/vitamin infusions?

IV hydration/vitamin therapy is generally very well tolerated with little to no side effects. However, ome possible side effects include: redness and irritation at the IV site (thrombophlebitis) and facial flushing/redness. Some clients mention that they are able to “taste” the vitamins, but this is client specific and quickly goes away.

What can I expect after I get an infusion?

After your infusion is completed, our nurse will remove your IV catheter and apply a pressure dressing. We recommend leaving this pressure dressing on for 1 hour following your infusions. Our nurse will then provide you with after care instructions.

How are IM boosters different than infusions?

IM (or intramuscular) boosters are injections that are given directly into a vein-rich muscles, most commonly in the arm. From the muscle, the nutrient or medication then absorbs into the bloodstream over time. An IM booster is much faster to receive than an IV infusion since it is less fluid.

Who can get an IV drip or booster shot?

V hydration therapy is suitable for anyone older than 18 years old without major health conditions seeking to enhance their general health and wellness. Call us at [832.322.2962] or drop us a note [here] and we can help find the right infusion for you!

Who formulated your infusions?

Using our combined expertise in the fields of anesthesiology, emergency medicine, neurology, and nursing we have formulated the infusions designed to have you feeling your very best. Book your infusion today!

Which IV drip is right for me?

Our medical professionals will help select the ideal IV drip based on your symptoms and goals. You can review our catalog of infusions [here] to find the ideal IV infusion based on your symptoms and goals. If you are unsure of which infusion is right for you, call us at [832.322.2962] or drop us a note [here] and we can help find the right infusion for you!

How often can I get an infusion?

Depending on the infusion, you can get an infusion as often as needed up to 2-3 a week for certain infusions. Following your first appointment, our staff will provide you with information and discharge instructions about the suitability of repeat infusions.

Does it hurt to get an infusion?

You may experience mild discomfort when the IV is placed. However, our medical professionals are trained to minimize the discomfort as much as possible.

How long does an IV infusion take?

V infusions can be administered in 45 minutes, however, allow for up to 60 minutes to include registration and set up time.

What can I expect while I get an infusion?

Once the IV is placed and the infusion is started, you are free to spend the downtime as you please. You may use your personal cellphone, read, or even close your eyes for a cat nap.

Is there anything I have to do to prepare in advance?

Generally speaking, there is no advanced preparation needed prior to your infusion with the exception of any infusion containing Toradol. It is not advised to take any other non-steroidal inflammatory drug or NSAIDS 6-8 hours prior to getting an infusion or injection of Toradol.

How long does it take to get a booster?

Allow for 15 minutes to include registration and set up time.


Where is Hydrate IV Infusions located?

We are located inside of Epic Dental Center at 8800 Katy Fwy Suite 280 Houston, TX 77024.

What are your hours?

We are open Monday – Thursday from 9 am – 5 pm.

Do I need to make an appointment?

Yes, at this time we are only accepting clients by appointment but walk-in availability will be coming soon! Click [here] to schedule your infusion now.

Do you accept walk-ins?

No. However, walk-in availability will be coming soon! Check our website often for updates.

Does Hydrate offer mobile services for events?

Yes! Fill out our web form or email us at info@hydratehtx.com to inquire about how our skilled medical professionals can keep you hydrated and feeling your best for your upcoming sporting, outdoor event, or even after your wedding! We are here to help!


What forms of payment do you accept?

We currently accept cash, all major credit cards, and Zelle.

Do you accept medical insurance?

No, we are unable to accept medical insurance at this time.

Can I use my FSA/HSA funds?

No, unfortunately IV hydration and IV vitamin therapy is not an FSA/HSA eligible expense at this time.