Frequently Asked Questions
What Is IV Drip Hydration?
IV Drip Hydration is a low-risk procedure of administering vitamins and medications directly into the bloodstream.
Do you provide Medical Treatments?
Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat (including a disorder or injury), cure or prevent any disease. Our Products are designed to help protect, maintain and restore your overall Health and Wellness.
Does Getting IV Drip Therapy Hurt?
Everyone has their threshold, and we do our best to make each experience as comfortable as possible. We may also apply a topical numbing spray for added comfort.
How Much Does It Cost?
Vitamin injections start from £30 and our Basic Drip Starts from £50.
What are your Medical Qualifications?
Our team of Healthcare professionals is made up of GMC Registered Doctors, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, a Nutritionist, Paramedics, and a Technician. Our team has over 100 years experience in the NHS.
Who Can Benefit From IV Drip Hydration?
Anyone combating hangovers, feeling run down, tired, lacking energy or wanting to detox.
Which IV Drip Therapy Is Right For Me?
We offer the ability to completely customise your IV drip therapy or to select one of our most popular packages
How Long Does IV Drip Therapy Take?
Most infusion rates need between 30-45 minutes.
What Results Can I Expect?
Because we are bypassing your gastrointestinal tract, the effects are typically felt within an hour of treatment.
Is IV Drip Therapy Legal For Athletes?
While many of our clients are athletes, if you are sponsored or have concerns we advise that you check with your coach, sponsor or governing body before treatment.
Is IV Drip Therapy Safe?
Yes, IV drip therapy has been utilised for over 50 years and was developed by Dr John Myers. All our staff are fully trained in IV administration and have years of medical experience.
Are all your products licenced?
All our products are MHRA approved. At Get a Drip we use these primarily off license, however we do give these as close to the license for each product. We ensure that all products are safe to use and we ensure no product is given to clients if there is a contraindication or cautionary advice. For all of our products, we do a full literature review for safety data and efficacy which is carried out by a team of pharmacists.
Can Anyone Get An IV Drip Or Booster Shot?
While the majority of our customers are eligible, we reserve the right to withhold treatment if we feel it would create complications or concerns.
What Should I Do Before Arriving?
To save time, please complete the online medical form. Eat and drink as normal the day of your drip.
Have you been diagnosed with cancer?
Get a Drip does not diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any conditions. It is important to iterate that our drips and boosters have no evidence to cure, prevent or treat cancer of any type or any other conditions. Whilst there is ongoing research in this field, the outcome is currently inconclusive and therefore we are unable to recommend our products for these reasons.
Get a Drip does not endorse the use of vitamin drips and booster shots as an alternative to traditional medicine such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy and targeted therapies. Vitamin drips can be used as a means of improved “wellness” to improve energy levels.
Get a Drip cannot guarantee that using vitamin drips and booster shots will alleviate side effects from traditional treatment or symptoms associated with cancer.
Please inform your specialist if you intend to use Get a Drip products to ensure there is no clinical reason you shouldn’t receive IV vitamin or IM booster treatment.
Get a Drip accepts no liability for any symptoms or side effects attributed to cancer or traditional treatments.
Get a Drip products are to improve wellness and not to treat or cure cancer.