How to Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Oklahoma Medicaid

Oklahoma Medicaid is a state-run insurance option for low-income adults, children, senior citizens, and people living with disabilities.

Can I Receive Incontinence Supplies Through Oklahoma Medicaid?

Yes, Oklahoma currently provides incontinence products as one of the medically necessary items under its Medicaid coverage.

With Oklahoma Medicaid, you or your child may qualify to receive a combination of protective underwear, briefs, disposable underpads, and bladder control pads every month.

Check Your Eligibility

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From catheters to pediatric and adult incontinence supplies, discover the continence care essentials covered by your insurance.

Date of Birth for Individual In Need of Supplies Please provide the date of birth for the person in need of continence care supplies (yourself, your child, etc.)

Can I Get Incontinence Supplies Through Aeroflow Urology?

Unfortunately, Aeroflow Urology doesn’t currently partner with Oklahoma to provide incontinence supplies. You can, however, get discounted incontinence products through our store.

Getting Discounted Supplies

To get the incontinence supplies you need, visit Aeroflow’s store. We provide high-quality products that we ship to your door. Use code STATE20 at checkout for a 20% discount!

Incontinence Supply Requirements for Oklahoma

To be approved for incontinence supplies under Oklahoma Medicaid, you must have:

  • The medical reason for needing incontinence supplies.
  • The estimated amount of supplies needed each day, for example, 4 diapers and 3 pull-ons.
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Incontinence Coverage Information for Oklahoma

  • Must have a qualifying medical need, such Spina bifida, PTSD, urge incontinence, etc.
  • Children must be 4 or older.
  • Must be enrolled in an Oklahoma Medicaid plan.
Disclaimer

Information provided on the Aeroflow Urology blog is not intended as a substitute to medical advice or care from a healthcare professional. Aeroflow recommends consulting your healthcare provider if you are experiencing medical issues relating to incontinence.

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