Catheters

Get catheter supplies free through Medicaid.

Your continence care should be easy, convenient, and save you money.

Aeroflow Urology can help you get your continence supplies at little to no cost to you.

See if you qualify to receive your products through your insurance.

We work with your doctor and insurance company to get you the supplies you need and ship them to you FREE

Check to see if you're eligible to receive catheter supplies through your insurance

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  1. Speedicath Flex Coude Pro Pocket Intermittent Catheter

    Speedicath Flex Coude Pro Pocket Intermittent Catheter, 13"

    As low as $4.99
  2. Cure Medical Male Hydrophilic Coated Intermittent Catheter

    Cure Medical Male Hydrophilic Coated Intermittent Catheter

    As low as $1.36
  3. Coloplast Self-Cath Straight Tip Catheter

    Coloplast Self-Cath Straight Tip Catheter 10FR 10"

    $1.00
  4. Cure Pocket Coude Catheter

    Cure Pocket Coude Catheter 16"

    As low as $1.39
  5. Cure Catheter Closed System 1500 mL

    Cure Catheter Closed System 1500 mL

    As low as $2.54
  6. VAPRO+ HYDRO CLOSED CATH 14FR 16"

    VAPRO+ HYDRO CLOSED CATH 14FR 16"

    $5.82
  7. Cure Pocket Straight Catheter 16L

    Cure Pocket Straight Catheter 16"

    As low as $0.55
  8. Self-Cath Coude Olive Tip Intermittent Catheter with Funnel End

    Self-Cath Coude Olive Tip Intermittent Catheter with Funnel End 14 Fr 16"

    $2.52
  9. Cure Medical Intermittent Pocket Catheter XL, 14 Fr, 25"

    Cure Medical Intermittent Pocket Catheter XL, 14 Fr, 25"

    $0.57
  10. CompactCath Intermittent Urinary Catheter, 14FR, 16"

    CompactCath Intermittent Urinary Catheter, 14FR, 16"

    $2.60
  11. Cure Medical Hydrophilic Coated Pediatric Intermittent Catheter

    Cure Medical Hydrophilic Coated Pediatric Intermittent Catheter, 10"

    As low as $1.38
  12. Magic3 Go® Hydrophilic Catheter - Straight tip 16"

    Magic3 Go® Hydrophilic Catheter - Straight tip 16"

    As low as $1.77
  13. Self-Cath Female Straight Intermittent Catheter 14 Fr 6" (Luer end)

    Self-Cath Female Straight Intermittent Catheter 14 Fr 6" (Luer end)

    $0.84
  14. Convatec GentleCath Glide 14Fr Catheter

    Convatec GentleCath Glide 14Fr Catheter

    $1.75
  15. SpeediCath® Flex Coudé Pro

    SpeediCath® Flex Coudé Pro 13"

    As low as $4.99
  16. Cure Catheter Closed System Kit 1500 mL

    Cure Catheter Closed System Kit 1500 mL

    As low as $2.48
  17. Coloplast SpeediCath Compact Male Catheter

    SpeediCath Compact Set Male, Hydrophilic, Ready-to-use, 12 Fr

    $5.91
  18.  Intermittent Compact Female

    SpeediCath Female Compact Set 3.5"

    As low as $5.87
  19. Self-Cath Coude Olive Tip Intermittent Catheter

    Self-Cath Coude Olive Tip Intermittent Catheter 16"

    As low as $3.47
  20. Self-Cath Coude Intermittent Catheter with Funnel End

    Self-Cath Coude Intermittent Catheter with Funnel End 16"

    As low as $2.52
  21. Magic3 Hydrophilic Male Intermittent Catheter Coudé 14 fr 16"

    Magic3 Hydrophilic Male Intermittent Catheter Coudé 14 fr 16"

    $3.34
  22. Urethral Catheter Rüsch® Tiemann Tip Silicone Coated PVC 20 Fr. 16 Inch

    Urethral Catheter Rüsch® Tiemann Tip Silicone Coated PVC 20 Fr. 16 Inch

    $1.79
  23. SpeediCath Pediatric

    SpeediCath Pediatric Catheter 10"

    As low as $1.70

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Indwelling Catheters

Also known as Foley catheters, indwelling catheters are inserted into the bladder through the urethra, allowing urine to empty into a drainage leg bag. They are typically changed at a healthcare facility. Common reasons individuals need indwelling catheters include urinary retention, physical or mental disabilities, injuries, urinary incontinence, and surgeries.

Closed System Catheters

Closed system catheters are sterilized catheters that come with a collection bag and introducer tip. The tips are made of silicone and slide into the urethra, helping to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). The collection bag that comes with closed catheters makes them easy to use discreetly.

Intermittent Catheters

Disposable urinary catheters are designed to allow for self-catheterization. They are a compact and discreet way to cath and empty the bladder for individuals that experience bladder retention. Intermittent catheters consist of thin, flexible tubes that can be inserted into the urethra to empty the bladder directly into a toilet or receptacle.

Coudé Tip Catheters

Coudé tip catheters are catheters with curved tips. Coudé catheters are also called the Tiemann tip and olive tip catheters. These types of catheters of coudé tip catheters allow for easy insertion and can get past tight spots, or blockages. They are also good for users with enlarged prostates.

Straight Tip Catheters

Straight tip catheters have straight tips that have holes that allow urine to drain directly into the toilet, so there’s no need for a urinary drainage bag. Straight tip catheters come pre-lubricated while others need to be manually lubricated prior to insertion.

Hydrophilic Catheters

Hydrophilic catheters come with sterile water lubrication instead of a gel. Hydrophilic catheters allow for easy catheter insertion.

External Catheters

Male external catheters are often referred to as male catheters or condom catheters. External catheters are for males and not made for female catheter users. This type of catheter is used to help manage urinary incontinence and does not require urethral catheter insertion. They are often made of silicone or latex and are rolled over the penis. The external catheter is then attached to a tube that drains urine into an external urinary bag.

Our High-Quality Brands

Aeroflow Urology works with top urological medical supply manufacturers to ensure industry-leading solutions and the best brands of catheter supplies available, including Bard, Cure, Hollister, Coloplast, Rusch, and more.

Check Your Eligibility

Catheters, catheter kits, and other urological supplies are covered by most insurance plans. Simply fill out our quick and easy qualification form to get started.

After filling out the form, one of our Continence Care Specialists will be in touch with you to send you free samples of products and discuss the different types of catheters to help you find the perfect fit.

From there, we’ll discreetly package and ship your products directly to you each month.

We'll also send you text or email reminders when it's time to refill your supply so you'll never be without a catheter again.