Migraine, PMS & Period Pain Relief Drip
Migraines and PMS are the worst. They are often debilitating. Migraines, if untreated, can last from 4 to 72 hours. The magnesium sulfate we use on our this drip is clinically proven to be an efficient, safe, and well-tolerated medication in the treatment of migraine attacks as well as PMS symptoms.* Let us help you hydrate, diminish the pain, relieve your nausea and get you feeling better in no time.
Session Duration: 30-45 minutes*
Same day availability*
1 liter IV Fluids
Toradol: Headache, Pain and Inflammation Rx Relief (NSAID)
Choice of Zofran or Phenergan for Nausea Rx Relief
High-Dose Magnesium Sulfate: Rapid Migraine and Period Cramps Rx Relief
Bi-Amino (Arginine, Citrulline)
Rapidly rehydrates at cellular level
High-dose magnesium sulfate helps with:
- Mobilizing white blood cells to site of infection
- Destroying foreign matters like bacteria
- Enhancing removal of toxins
Helps replenish key electrolytes safely
Delivers nearly 100% vitamin absorption
Oxygen dilates blood vessels, decreasing head pressure
Ketorolac (Toradol) delivers rapid migraine, cramp and ache relief
- Inhibiting cell death
- Supporting antibody production
B5, vitamin D and Zinc alleviate other PMS symptoms
How it works
New to drips? Don't worry. We understand that you may have many questions. That's why we've created a simple guide on how to book a drip, what happens after you book, what to expect during your session, and most importantly, how you'll feel afterwards.
Step 1: Book
You book on our booking site and medical paperwork is then sent to your email.
Step 2: Provider review
A remote medical provider reviews the paperwork. If needed, you will complete a quick, secure telemedicine video call with them.
Step 3: Drip session
After clearance from the provider, the nurse contacts you to provide an ETA, verifies your ID, checks your vitals, and starts the drips one by one, which last for 30 to 45 minutes.