After an initial incontinence diagnosis, it might seem like your life will never be the same. One of the first ways to manage incontinence is to use high-quality products and supplies to control symptoms. Supplies can quickly cost up to $200-$300 a month for adults.
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'Public bathrooms' is a phrase that could strike fear in your heart, especially when caring for a child with urological issues. Navigating the sea of toilets away from home can be intimidating. From finding a clean one to being prepared for potential accidents, there is a lot to consider. However, with proper planning, you’ll be smooth sailing through communal restrooms.
Aeroflow Urology will work with your specific state Medicaid office to make sure that you have the product(s) that you need at little or no cost to you. If you have a Medicaid plan in your respective state, there is a very good chance that your plan will offer financial assistance for a portion of the cost of your adult incontinence products.