I.V Vitamin Therapy Clinic
(Iron) 100 MG $325.00
(Iron) 200 MG $595.00
(Iron) 100MG Package
3 for $900.00
(Iron) 200MG Package
3 for $1700.00
We use Venofer/Iron
This medicine is used to treat "iron-poor" blood (anemia) in people with long-term kidney disease. You may need extra iron because of blood loss during kidney dialysis. Your body may also need more iron if you use the drug erythropoietin to help make new red blood cells. Iron is an important part of your red blood cells and is needed to transport oxygen in the body. Many patients with kidney disease cannot get enough iron from food and require injections.
Iron is a mineral. Most of the iron in the body is found in the hemoglobin of red blood cells and the myoglobin of muscle cells. Iron is needed for transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide. It also has other vital roles in the body. Iron is most commonly used for preventing and treating anemia caused by low iron levels. It is also used for anemia caused by abnormal heavy bleeding during menstrual periods (menorrhagia) and pregnancy.
How does it work?
Iron helps red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to cells all over the body. Iron also plays a role in many vital functions in the body.
Iron Deficiency Directory
Iron helps your body get oxygen through the bloodstream. Fewer red blood cells can be made without iron, which causes anemia. Iron levels can get too low because of bleeding, heavy menstruation, or other problems, such as ulcers. It can also be caused by simply not getting enough iron through your diet. Common symptoms of an iron deficiency include fatigue, dizziness, and moodiness, along with other symptoms. Treatments include taking iron supplements. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of how iron deficiency is caused, how to treat it, and much more.
Symptoms of Iron Deficiency Anemia
Mild iron deficiency anemia often isn't noticeable. When it gets more severe, you may have these symptoms:
Fatigue or weakness
Pale or yellow skin
Shortness of breath
Dizziness or lightheadedness
Cold feet and hands
Brittle, cracked nails, spoon-shaped nails
Cracks near the side of your mouth
Pica (cravings for things that aren't food, like dirt, starch, clay, or ice)
Sore and swollen tongue
Causes of Iron Deficiency Anemia
It can happen if you don't eat enough foods containing iron, your body can't properly absorb iron, you lose iron through your blood, or you’re pregnant.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:
Prior to doing High Dose 200MG Iron treatment, you must have recent labs done prior within 28 days of the first appointment.
Packages & Punch cards
I.V. Vitamin Packages cannot be combined or shared and are only for one patient that the Punch Card is under and have to show ID at the time of treatment.
After the first I.V is rendered out of the package there are no returns on Punch Cards.