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Does Louisiana Medicaid Cover Incontinence Products?

October 08, 2018

This page is for information purposes only. Rely Medical Supply does not provide incontinence supplies through insurance.

While Louisiana's Medicaid program covers many of the same things that private health insurance programs traditionally cover, the program does not cover incontinence products like diapers, pullups, or bladder control pads for adults.

Diapers, pullups, and bladder control pads (liners/guards) are covered for individuals age four years through age twenty when certain criteria are met.

  • The products are specifically prescribed by the recipient's physician, and
  • The individual has a medical condition resulting in permanent bowel/bladder incontinence, and
  • The individual would bot benefit fro or has failed a bowel/bladder training program when appropriate for the medical condition.

If you are on Louisiana Medicaid and over the age of twenty, look to Rely Medical Supply as your partner in maintaining your incontinence. Rely Medical Supply has a wide variety of affordable products from major manufacturers to meet your personal bladder control and incontinence needs, helping to keep you dry and comfortable.

You can call a caring and compassionate Rely Medical Supply product expert at 1-888-529-2308, M-F, 8AM-5PM Central, for a free consultation on what products will be best for your incontinence needs. Then they can take your order right over the phone and have your order conveniently shipped to your home. Plus, if your order is $25 or more, shipping will be free.

If you prefer shopping online, you can easily shop the Rely Medical Supply online store and checkout securely.




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