Can someone get the O-Shot during their period?
is it still possible to receive the O-Shot while menstruating?
Doctor Answers 6
O yes to During menstrual cycle
During the menstrual cycle as long as they are not heavy or especially sensitivity the O shot can be administered. It should be avoided if there is a vaginal or bladder infection.
O-shot during menstrual - no problem
Thank you for your question. You can have the O-shot at any time during your cycle. I would only avoid situations if you are having active symptoms of a bladder injection or vaginal yeast infection. Also if you experience increased sensitivity in the vaginal area during your cycle, you may want to consider waiting.
Orgasm Shot / O-Shot while menstruating?
A patient may receive and O-shot while menstruating. Some patients may see small amount of bleeding and discharge after the procedure. We recommend using a pad immediately after and overnight to prevent any concerns
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Of course! It should not have any effect on the O-shot if you are menstruating. The shot will start working toward a healthier orgasm from day 1. Good luck.
O Shot While Menstruating
There is no contraindication to receiving your O Shot while on your menstrual cycle; however, some patients may experience increased sensitivity during that time. You would be able to resume all activity and insert a tampon immediately following the procedure. In my office we provide our patients with lidocaine to apply 30 minutes prior to the procedure- most report minimal discomfort.
O Shot and Menstruating
Thanks for your question! It is possible to get the o shot while menstruating (you could not wear a tampon during the procedure). However, it does seem to be more painful for women during this time based on increased sensitivity. Best of luck!
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