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Mills Urgent Care Services

IV Hydration/Therapy

The necessary care you need, provided with amazing service and a welcoming atmosphere to put you at ease. We are happy to serve the Auburn community with IV fluid hydration during our open hours at 764 East Glenn, Auburn, AL 36830. 

IV Hydration and Therapy is CASH PAY ONLY. Learn more about IV Hydration and therapy from Mills Urgent Care today!

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Why IV Hydration and Infusions with Mills Urgent Care?

We know that sometimes your illness, your weekend, or your travel can take a toll on your hydration status! At Mills Urgent Care, we offer IV hydration with add-ons to help you get re-hydrated and feel better much quickly. This is offered at 764 East Glenn location ONLY. Call 334-329-6268 for more information. You can book an appointment online or walk in. 

  • IV Normal Saline (fluids)
  • IV Lactated Ringers (fluids)
  • Zofran
  • Toradol
  • B12

Mills Urgent Care IV Fluids and Hydration Therapy

Why do IV (Intravenous) Fluids?

IV fluids are specially formulated liquids that are injected directly into your vein to help prevent or treat dehydration efficiently and effectively. They can be used for people of all ages who are ill, vomiting, or dehydrated from exercise, heat, or excessive activity. Intravenous rehydration is a simple, safe and very common procedure with a low risk of infection or complications. At Mills Urgent Care, we will treat patients 18 years of age or older (or 15-17 years of age with legal guardian present) with IV hydration therapy.

How Do I Know If I Need IV Hydration?

There are many signs and symptoms that can allow you or the medical provider to discern if you are dehydrated and could benefit from IV Hydration. It affects many organ systems of the body.

When you’re dehydrated, it can affect:

  • Energy levels or fatigue
  • Cognitive performance
  • Electrolyte imbalances
  • Gastrointestinal function including decreased urination or constipation
  • Increasing headaches or severity of headaches
  • Physical performance for activities
  • Skin health and elasticity

Signs of severe dehydration include:

  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Dry eyes, dry lips and tongue, including lack of tears
  • Dry skin that stands up on the back of the hands
  • Fatigue and feeling tired or weak
  • Rapid heart rate or breathing
  • Hands and feet that are cool, pale or blotchy (extreme dehydration)
  • Less urine than usual (fewer than 3-4 times per day)
  • Urine that is dark yellow and has a strong odor

Specific Services

  • Toradol (generic name: Ketorolac), is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain, inflammation or aches. Effects begin within an hour and can last up to 8 hours. This is available IV or IM. Toradol is not a narcotic.
  • Zofran (generic name: ondansetron), is a medication used to prevent or treat nausea and vomiting and can be given orally, IV or IM. It takes about 30 minutes or less to start working, with peak effect reached from 1.5-2 hours.  This does appear to be safe in pregnancy.
  • Vitamin B12: This is available IV or IM, and can be helpful in boosting energy, mood, and brain function. It helps with red blood cell formation and preventing anemia as well, and can improve your skin, hair and nail health. It is also thought to help prevent heart disease.