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No More Nausea!

Ondansetron (brand name Zofran) is a 5-HT3 receptor antagonist — a type of medicine used to prevent and treat nausea. Whether your nausea is coming from a migraine, a hangover, or anything else, a Zofran boost can help you feel better fast. 

How Zofran Works

Zofran works by blocking the release of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which triggers nausea and vomiting. In addition to this, Zofran also helps you feel better throughout the day.

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“Zofran and Toradol are your best friends, and my favorite boosters.” 

Nurse Kyle

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Combining Passion and Knowledge 

At prosperIV, we combine our passion with medical expertise to get you feeling better with a relaxing experience and a client-centered approach. Specializing in IV treatments, we are sought out by clients due to our incredible team of nurses who are highly skilled in IV procedures. We are very proud that our nurses are all RNs with ICU and ER experience, as this means that they administer at least 30 injections per shift in the ICU. In addition, our nurses are informative, professional, and warm. With our valued team, you can be sure that you’re in the very best hands, and that we will provide an outstanding experience…The Prosper Way.

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FAQ

Can pregnant women have Zofran for morning sickness?

Does IV treatment hurt?

Can pregnant women have Zofran for morning sickness?

Because Zofran hasn’t been adequately studied for safety during pregnancy, we don’t offer it for pregnant women with morning sickness.

Does IV treatment hurt?

This is a very common question, and while the answer varies from person to person, we can assure you that at prosperIV, our nurses are incredibly skilled with IV insertion. You may feel the expected small pinch, but we use very small needles and a gentle nurse makes all the difference.

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