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To Do Checklist
Prior to Session:

  • Submit deposit due at time of booking to guarantee requested appointment (deposit can be transferred to next scheduled booking if rescheduled within 24 hours of appointment)

  • Complete Intravenous (IV) Infusion Therapy Intake Form

  • Obtain a list of all current prescription medications, OTC medications, vitamins & supplements

  • Obtain a copy of your most recent bloodwork is helpful (not required)

  • Review & sign Consent Form

  • Review & sign HIPPA Notice

  • Make sure you are well hydrated prior to your visit. We suggest drinking 1-2 16oz. bottles of water. Dehydration can make it difficult to insert an IV.

  • Make sure you eat something prior to your visit. We suggest a high protein snack, such as nuts, seeds, a protein bar, cheese, yogurt or eggs. Low blood sugar can make you feel weak, light-headed or dizzy.

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During your first visit for IV Hydration:

During the first visit, a Registered Nurse will discuss your main complaints and desired outcomes with you. The RN will review your medical & surgical history and any medications you are taking. Based on this assessment, your Intravenous (IV) infusion will be customized to address your individual needs. If you have any complex medical conditions, the medical staff at MI AMAUR AESTHETICS may request you obtain blood work or further testing and/or your personal physician’s approval prior to administering any IV infusions.

What to expect:

The IVs used during you Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy are exactly the same that you would find in a hospital. Instead of a clinical experience though, our IV infusions are given in a peaceful spa setting and leave you feeling calm, relaxed, and refreshed.


Depending on your customized IV cocktail, the infusion can be finished in as little as 45-60 minutes. Our friendly and attentive staff will keep you calm, cared for, and comfortable during your infusion. Patients find the experience tranquil and healing, and leave feeling vibrant, energized, and refreshed.

 IV Infusion Therapy Discharge Instructions

How to care for yourself after your IV Vitamin Therapy infusion:

  • Apply pressure to site for 2 minutes after IV has been removed

  • Keep Band-Aid in place for 1 hour

  • Warm packs and elevating your arm can be used for any bruising at the site

  • Cold packs can be used for pain relief and to decrease any swelling at the site

  • Any swelling should be significantly reduced in 24 hours

  • Post IV infusion symptoms are uncommon. Dehydration is the cause of most symptoms and concerns.

  • We encourage you to drink at least 1-2 16oz. bottles of water after your IV infusion.

  • If enough water is not consumed, you may experience any of the following symptoms: headaches, nausea, joint pain, blurred vision, cramping (GI and/or muscular), mental confusion or disorientation.

Patients commonly report one of two patterns after an
IV Vitamin Therapy infusion:

  • Patients generally feel better right away. Due to a busy lifestyle, many people are chronically dehydrated and deficient in vitamins and minerals causing them to not feel well. Once the patient is hydrated and the nutrients are replaced, their symptoms improve quickly.

  • Patients sometimes feel tired or unwell. These patients are generally in the process of detoxifying. When toxins are pulled out of tissues, they re-enter the blood stream. They remain poisons, but they are now on their way OUT instead of on their way IN. Even when patients do not feel well at this stage, the process is one of healing and cleansing. After this period, an overall improvement in one’s sense of well-being is generally reported.

Call Mi Amaur Aesthetics or your Primary Care Physician for:

  • Any symptoms you are not comfortable with

  • If any of the following are progressively worsening after your IV infusion

  • Significant swelling over the IV site

  • Redness over the vein that is increasing in size

  • Pain in the vein/arm that is not improving over an 8-12 hour period

  • Headache that does not resolve with increased hydration or over-the-counter pain relievers like aspirin, Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen.

  • If you feel like you are having a life threatening emergency, please call 911.

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