is it still possible to receive the O-Shot while menstruating?

Can someone get the O-Shot during their period?

Doctor Answers 5

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.


Charlotte Urologist
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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.

Young R. Cho, MD, PhD
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Yes

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.

Samer Muala, MD
Phoenix Family Physician
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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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