City of Bellingham

How to Get Stomach Flu IV Therapy in Bellingham

Getting sick with the stomach flu is never fun, and when it happens, it might feel like the symptoms will never go away. Thankfully, there is a way to get relief from the symptoms of the stomach flu without having to go to the doctor or the emergency room. The stomach flu can be treated with an IV therapy that can be given at home, which can help alleviate some of the symptoms so you can focus on getting better and returning to your normal activities.

What’s in stomach flu IV?

Your body may be short certain nutrients as a result of the infection, and our IV therapy for stomach flu can help restore some of those minerals while also easing stomach flu symptoms. The liquids and electrolytes in the mixture work together to rehydrate and invigorate your body. In addition, it contains a variety of vitamins and drugs to aid in the treatment of symptoms. The formula contains Pepcid and Zofran, as well as complex B vitamins, vitamin B12, and vitamin C.

How an at-home stomach flu IV is the right solution

When you have the stomach flu, going to the doctor is the last thing you want to do since you will have to wait in lines with a lot of other people. You can get the therapy you desire by getting an IV at home, which avoids the need to travel and the dangers and agony that come with it.

You may schedule an appointment from the comfort of your own home in Bellingham, and our highly skilled team will handle the treatment to ensure that you are not exposed to any potential risks. The therapy lasts around an hour on average, and once it’s through, you’re free to resume your normal routine.

Safe, At-Home Flu Shots And Covid-19 Tests

Getting a flu shot is a quick and easy way to protect yourself and those around you from contracting influenza. Drip Hydration makes getting your yearly shot effortless with in-home medical care. One of our registered nurses will arrive at your home to administer the vaccine. Our nurses wear medical-grade personal protective equipment and adhere to social distancing as much as possible during your appointment to help ensure your safety.