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We’ve partnered with Get A Drip, the UK's leading vitamin drip provider, to bring their services to your doorstep. Book blood testing, IV drips, vitamin boosters, DNA testing, and compression therapy, all provided by NMC-registered nurses. ✓ From £50 ✓ Call-out fee included ✓ Open 7am-11pm ✓ Same-day appointments

Get A Drip, Powered by Urban

As the UK’s leading vitamin drip provider, Get A Drip’s goal is to make optimum nutrition accessible to everyone. They’ve joined Urban to bring their services straight to your living room, provided by NMC-registered nurses.

How it works


Choose your treatment

Browse over 30 at-home services including vitamin drips and boosters, blood and DNA testing and compression therapy.


Fill out a medical questionnaire

Book a consultation if it's your first drip or vitamin injection. For other appointments your nurse will call you to go over your medical details.


Relax, they'll come to you

Book Get A Drip to your home or hotel, any time from 7am-11pm daily, with same-day bookings available.


NAD+ is a molecule that helps produce energy and maintain metabolism in our cells. This process is essential for overall health and wellbeing, and it's especially important as we age because NAD+ levels decrease over time.

As well as promoting healthy ageing, some promising studies suggest NAD+ could also aid in supporting liver function, improving cognitive function and combatting jet lag (though the research is still ongoing).

Looking for a longer-lasting boost of NAD+? Try a NAD+ Drip.

  • NAD+ (500mg)

  • - Sodium Chloride 250ml (242mmol)

People with the following conditions or allergies should not book IV drip therapy:

Please note this is not an exhaustive list, please check with a medical professional before booking.

Kidney or liver disease: Individuals with impaired kidney or liver function may not be able to process the high doses of vitamins and minerals used in vitamin drip therapy, leading to further health complications.

Allergies or sensitivities: Patients with a history of allergic reactions or sensitivities to any of the ingredients used in the vitamin drip may experience an adverse reaction.

Cardiovascular disease: Patients with a history of heart disease or high blood pressure should avoid vitamin drip therapy as the high doses of certain vitamins and excess fluid may lead to cardiovascular complications.

Blood and metabolic disorders: Individuals with certain blood disorders such as hemochromatosis, thalassemia or G6PD Deficiency may be at risk of further complications if given high doses of vitamins or products.

Pregnancy: There is not enough evidence to support the safety of vitamin drip therapy during pregnancy, and it is not offered to pregnant women by Get A Drip.

Diabetes: Some Vitamin Drip therapy may contain higher levels of sugar, which can affect the blood glucose levels of some individuals with diabetes.

If you are taking any of the following medications IV Drip therapy may not be suitable for you:

This list is not exhaustive, please check with a qualified medical professional before booking.

Blood thinners: Medications such as warfarin, heparin, and aspirin can increase the risk of bleeding during or after IV therapy.

Antibiotics: Some antibiotics, such as tetracyclines and fluoroquinolones, can bind to minerals like calcium and magnesium, reducing their absorption and effectiveness during IV therapy.

Chemotherapy drugs: Chemotherapy drugs can cause dehydration, and IV therapy may be used to help replenish fluids and nutrients. However, certain chemotherapy drugs may interact with IV therapy and require careful monitoring.

Corticosteroids: Corticosteroids, such as prednisone, can increase the risk of fluid retention and electrolyte imbalances during IV therapy.

Diuretics: Diuretics can increase the risk of dehydration and electrolyte imbalances during IV therapy.

Antihypertensive medications: Some medications used to treat high blood pressure, such as beta-blockers and ACE inhibitors, can cause electrolyte imbalances and other complications during IV therapy.

Antidiabetic medications: Some antidiabetic medications, such as insulin, may need to be adjusted during IV therapy to prevent hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).

It is important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before considering vitamin drip therapy to determine if it is safe and appropriate for you. Get A Drip reserves the right to withhold treatment if they feel it would create complications or concerns.

Some people can sometimes feel a sensation of ear popping, chest tightness, stomach cramps and a runny nose during their NAD+ IV drip. If this occurs, your nurse will slow the infusion rate down until the symptoms ease.

For more information about Get A Drip’s services, head to the FAQ section of their website.