Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to commonly asked questions below. If you have an inquiry that is not listed here, please head over to the Contact Us page.

About ivee

How does it work?

To order an ivee today, simply download the app and create an account. Select your desired treatment package, set your location, and enter your billing information. A nurse will arrive in 10 to 45 minutes. The final step is completing a brief medical history form, then you are set to receive treatment!

How long does it take for a nurse to get to me?

The in-app ordering process takes only about 2 minutes. Once your order has been placed, a nurse will arrive at your location within 5 to 45 minutes. The average wait time is around 30 minutes.

How long will my IV treatment take?

Treatment time varies with each package, but most treatments usually take between 30 to 45 minutes to complete. 

Who can get an IV?

You must be 18 or older to receive treatment. Those with certain medical conditions may not be eligible for IV treatment.

What is in your treatment?

Hangover Recovery

Includes: D5+Normal Saline, B Vitamins, Magnesium, Toradol, Zofran, and Pepcid

 

Hydration Bag 

Includes: Normal Saline, B Vitamins

 

Athlete Recovery

Includes: Normal Saline, Carnitine, Glutathione, Caffeine (50mcg), B Vitamins, Magnesium

 

Ultimate Wellness

Includes: Normal Saline, B Vitamins, Magnesium, Glutathione, Caffeine (50mcg), B12, Vitamin C

Who administers the treatments?

Our treatments are administered by the highest quality registered nurses in NYC. Every member of our nurse team has undergone a rigorous interviewing and on-boarding process, as it is our mission to deliver the safest and most pleasant experience possible.

IV treatment

Are there any side effects during or following the IV process?

No major negative side effects are usually seen during or after an IV treatment. Additionally, you provide your allergies and medical history beforehand to prevent any potential adverse effects. It is normal to experience a cooling sensation during the treatment and a small bruise may occur after treatment.

How often can I get an IV treatment?

You should tailor your IV treatment frequency based on your body’s demand and it truly varies from person to person. Our team of ivee nurses will assist you in making a treatment plan that keeps you at your best.

Does it hurt?

IV treatment is virtually painless. At most, it is possible that patients may feel a slight pinch during the IV administration. Our nurses are licensed medical professionals with extensive IV delivery experience, ensuring comfort throughout the entire experience.

Why should I get IV treatment?

Wellness and hangover-curing IV treatments are effective methods to quickly combat dehydration symptoms with effects felt within just 30-60 minutes. IV treatment replenishes fluids, flushes out toxins, and restores vitamin deficiencies to healthy levels. The formulas consist of saline, a combination of vitamins, and sometimes prescription medications if approved by a doctor. Following treatment, most people feel rejuvenated, energized, and ready to take the day by storm.

What is the difference between IV therapy and oral vitamins?

The bloodstream absorbs only a small percentage of vitamins taken orally. IV treatment delivers nearly 100% of each vitamin to the bloodstream, making its effects both immediate and powerful.

Is IV therapy safe?

Yes, IV therapy is safe. Intravenous treatments have a long history of safety and medical professionals rely on them heavily. At ivee, all of our carefully formulated treatments are administered by our expert team of nurses.

Payment

How much does it cost?

Treatments range from $149-399 depending on the package you select.

Do you do private parties or offer group rates?

We can accommodate private parties and offer group rates. Orders larger than 5 treatments can be scheduled by contacting our team at contact@ivee.app. 

Do you take insurance?

We do not accept private insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.

Do you accept FSA?

We do not accept FSA.

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