Can you get the G-shot with Medicaid?

Doctor Answers 8

Medicaid coverage for o and g shots

These treatments are considered elective and are not covered by Medicaid nor insurance. Many practices offer Carecredit or other medical financin.

Cover for O-shot/G-shot

In Canada, none of these injections are covered by health care insurance. These are considered elective procedures and the individual is responsible for the cost.

Rick Balharry, MD
Calgary Physician

Insurance

Thanks for your question!  Medicaid and other insurance providers do not cover elective procedures such as the G shot or liposuction.  You can finance these procedures however with Care Credit or United Medical Credit

Christopher Balgobin, MD
Minneapolis Physician
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G Shot and Medicaid

Thanks for your question!  Medicaid and other insurance providers do not cover elective procedures such as the G shot.  You can finance these procedures however with Care Credit.  Best of luck to you!

Gshot covered??

No, unfortunately the Gshot is not covered by insurance. There are some great options though such as Care Credit that can help. 

Best set of Luck! 

Dr RD Moore

Robert D. Moore, DO
Atlanta Urogynecologist
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G Spot with Medicaid

Hi:  Elective procedures are not covered by insurance.  You can consider Care Credit or other non-surgical procedure such as ThermiVa to improve intimacy. 

G Shot or O Shot is not covered

These types of elective services are typically not covered by Medicare or any medical insurance that I know of.
There are payment plans that most of us offer if that helps.

G-shot is not covered by insurance

Medical insurance pays for the management of medical problems. The G-shot is not a treatment for any medical problem and is not covered by insurance. There are medical treatments for urinary incontinence that involve injections near the G-spot region, but these are not covered by insurance unless you have specific types of incontinence.

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