- Restore healthy iron levels to fight fatigue and overall muscle weakness.
- Aids the production of red blood cell
- Helps restore healthy iron levels
- Boosts your energy levels
- Delivers fast, pain-free results
According to the American Society of Hematology (ASH), most people don’t realise they have mild anaemia until they have a routine blood test. The symptoms of moderate to severe iron deficiency range from general fatigue and weakness to fast or irregular heartbeat and cold hands and feet.
Iron infusion is a procedure in which iron is delivered to your body intravenously. Iron infusions will boost or replenish the iron levels in your body. Iron helps to metabolise proteins in your body and aids in the production of haemoglobin and red blood cells while boosting your energy.
At Nosh Infusion Clinic, we offer the Iron Booster Infusion. This infusion will help to boost your iron levels in a less than 60 minute session. Just like that and you’ll be feeling more energized and better than ever!
WE REQUIRE RECENT BLOOD TEST BEFORE WE CONFIRM THE APPOINTMENT.
1. Is there anything I need to do before the infusion?
Please do eat and hydrate well before you come as it makes your infusion easier to start.
2. Are the infusions painful?
Definitely manageable, the pain is equivalent to a little pinch, takes a few seconds for the needle to go through and once that is done you can sit back relax and take in all those vitamins!
3. What if the nurse can't find my vein?
The nurse will use specific techniques to make the veins pop out.
4. How long does it take?
Approximately 40/45 minutes.
5. Can I have them even If I am not deficient?
The Iron Infusion we can only offer if you have an iron deficiency. We will need a recent blood test (up to 3 months old) before we confirm you can have the infusion.
6. How often should I have the infusions?
It depends by the reason you are having it and how fast your body goes through the vitamins.
This can be examined more in depth after the first infusion and can also be discussed with one of our advisers.
7. Is the nurse qualified?
Yes, she is trained in infusions and canulation and has a nursing degree.
8. Do you do home/office visits?
Yes, we can send our nurse anywhere you are.Fees do apply and change according to location.