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Prenatal IV therapy is the administration of fluids, vitamins, and nutrients directly into a pregnant woman’s bloodstream. During pregnancy, a woman’s body undergoes numerous changes, and ensuring adequate nutrient intake becomes paramount. With the gastrointestinal changes that can occur during pregnancy, like nausea and vomiting, some women may not receive the necessary nutrients through oral intake alone. Prenatal IV therapy bridges this gap by providing a direct and efficient means of nutrient delivery.
Benefits of Prenatal IV Therapy
- Efficient Nutrient Absorption: Directly introducing nutrients into the bloodstream bypasses the digestive system, ensuring almost 100% absorption.
- Hydration: Adequate hydration is essential during pregnancy, and IV therapy ensures mothers remain well-hydrated.
- Reduced Morning Sickness: Some formulations can help alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness.
- Boosted Immunity: With the right mix of vitamins, expectant mothers can fortify their immune systems.
How Much Does It Cost?
The cost for one Prenatal IV therapy session is $279. You can opt to pay with cash or any major credit card.
What’s In The Momma Bear IV Drip?
- B-12-also known as cobalamin, is an important nutrient for pregnant individuals and is often included in prenatal supplements. It plays a crucial role in various bodily functions, including the development of the baby’s nervous system and the formation of red blood cells. Here’s why B12 is important during pregnancy:
- Neural Tube Development: Adequate B12 intake is essential for the development of the baby’s nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord. A deficiency in B12 during pregnancy can increase the risk of neural tube defects in the baby.
- Red Blood Cell Formation: B12 is involved in the production of red blood cells, which transport oxygen throughout the body. During pregnancy, a woman’s blood volume increases to support the growing fetus, making it important to maintain healthy red blood cell levels.
- Nervous System Health: B12 is crucial for maintaining the health of the nervous system in both the mother and the baby. It helps protect against neurological complications.
- Energy Metabolism: B12 is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It helps the body convert food into energy, which is especially important during pregnancy when energy needs are higher.
- B-vitamins- B-vitamins help regulate many of our body’s functions including digestion, nerve function, sleep, circulation, and immune health. B12 supports white blood cell production, which are vital components of the immune system. B6 supports the formation of red blood cells and affects immune function as well as brain development.
- Pyridoxine- Pyridoxine, commonly known as Vitamin B6, plays a crucial role in various physiological functions. Its importance becomes even more pronounced during pregnancy due to the increased demands of the growing fetus and the physiological changes in the mother. Here’s an overview of pyridoxine’s functions and benefits for pregnant women: Nausea and Vomiting: One of the most recognized benefits of vitamin B6 for pregnant women is its effectiveness in reducing nausea and vomiting, often termed as morning sickness. Many healthcare professionals recommend B6 supplements to alleviate these symptoms. Fetal Brain Development: Pyridoxine is essential for the developing brain of the fetus. It supports the formation of neurotransmitters, which are crucial for brain function and development. Prevention of Anemia: Since vitamin B6 is involved in hemoglobin production, adequate levels can help prevent anemia during pregnancy. Supports Immune System: Pregnancy can put a strain on the immune system. Vitamin B6 supports the immune system, potentially benefiting both the mother and the fetus. Reduced Risk of Preeclampsia: Some studies suggest that adequate B6 levels may be associated with a reduced risk of developing preeclampsia, a potentially dangerous pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure. Promotion of Healthy Birth Weight: There’s some evidence to suggest that adequate pyridoxine levels can support a healthy birth weight of the newborn.