Posted on May 3, 2021

Dr. Amauri Caversan

If you are planning on getting an IV drip therapy in Toronto, consider refraining from antihistamines and decongestants before your IV drip.

Indeed, they may relieve allergy symptoms and alleviate headaches, but they may have a constricting effect on your blood vessels. This may make it challenging to find your vein for your IV treatment. But if you must take these over-the-counter meds, please get hydrated, eat a snack and quickly jog around the block before your appointment.

We offer additional information on how to prepare for your IV therapy appointment. Contact us at (416) 922-4114 now.
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