How to Get a Stomach Flu IV in Las Vegas

The stomach flu is one illness that everyone dreads coming down with. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach pain can make you feel absolutely terrible. Luckily, Drip Hydration offers a stomach flu IV in Vegas that can help you recover from the stomach flu more quickly.

We will describe how IV therapy can help get rid of the stomach flu faster and explain how in-home treatment works.

How Can IV Therapy Help Get Rid of the Stomach Flu Faster?

Our stomach flu IV treatment soothes and heals you. This IV treatment includes a blend of fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and medications that will help you recover faster. The specific ingredients in our stomach flu IV treatment are B-complex vitamins, vitamin B12, vitamin C, Pepcid, and Zofran. These medications work together in order to boost illness recovery and support by soothing upset stomach, relieving nausea, and fighting fatigue.

Is IV Therapy a Cure for the Stomach Flu?

It is important to note that IV therapy is NOT a cure for stomach flu, but it can help alleviate symptoms.

How Does In-Home Treatment Work?

Our mobile IV treatments can be administered in the comfort and privacy of your home. This allows you to rest rather than commute to and from a clinic. While you are receiving the IV treatment, you can relax and do pleasant activities such as watching TV or reading, or you can get work done on a laptop so you won’t fall behind at work.

Professionally trained medical professionals administer our IV treatments, so you do not need to worry about inserting and removing the IV yourself.

Take the next step to a quicker recovery from the stomach flu by booking a stomach flu IV in Vegas today.

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.