IVtoGo is fortunate to help many people who see the value of high-dose vitamins that can be taken outside of a clinic.
One was Joe, a college athlete and honor-roll student, with seemingly endless energy. "I was a very active person - sports and academics - I did everything right, health-wise."
But one day, he says, everything began to change.
"When I was twenty three, it became clear that something wasn't right. I hadn't been feeling well. And it finally became serious one day when I was training - my heart started beating at about 250 beats a minute."
An ambulance whisked Joe to the hospital, where doctors could find nothing clinically wrong. "A cardiologist diagnosed me with atrial fibrillation, but he said I was completely healthy. He basically told me to stop drinking coffee. But I knew something wasn't right. This wasn't me."
With no answers, fifteen years of declining health followed.
"By my mid-thirties, I was so bad I began needing a cane to walk around. I lost the ability to speak or even think well, and I would walk into walls in my house and forget why I had gone into the kitchen. That was around the time I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease."
Joe recounts that when his Lyme Disease treatment began, there was a heavy focus on IV treatments.
"I probably received about 225 IV infusions over 2-1/2 years. Many weeks, I had an IV Vitamin C five days a week. Needless to say, it got to be too much - time-wise, the financial side, and the impact it had on my body."
For the time being, Joe saw no alternatives to traditional IV clinic treatments.
"Many of the IV therapies I had been taking were very commonly available vitamins: Vitamin C, Glutathione, B vitamins, etc. They were very high megadose therapies, and they helped, but as far as I knew I could only get them in a clinic."
That's when Joe discovered IVtgoGo. "I was really fortunate to discover IVtoGo. My friend introduced me to it. And it was like, bingo! It was just as good as IV Vitamin C - if not better - and it was portable, so I could take it at home or anywhere else."
"The best way to put it is that it is a lifeline. It's portable, and so I wasn't constantly at the mercy of doctors and schedules, and on the days I felt too sick, I could just take it at home. And in my opinion, it was more effective that IV Vitamin C I just felt better."
For his part, Joe took back to his old active lifestyle.
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