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If you are paying out of pocket for incontinence products, using an FSA, HSA or HRA to pay for them is a great way to save money - and receive other benefits such as tax advantages.
Generally, adult diapers and other incontinence supplies are eligible for purchase or reimbursement with these accounts.
There are a few differences between FSAs, HSAs and HRAs - and how to use them for your incontinence supplies - we'll go through both to ensure you get the most out of your tax-free dollars.
If you've experienced bedwetting during the night, sudden and intense urges to urinate, or felt dribbles while exercising or laughing, you are not alone.
While incontinence is an uncomfortable and often embarrassing topic for many people, there are millions of individuals worldwide who experience it, and manage their symptoms with adult incontinence products.
With a variety of adult diaper types, brands and absorbencies to choose from, it can be hard to find what will work best for your unique situation.
To simplify the process, we've included the five things you should know before shopping for your incontinence products - and our pick of the best adult diapers available.