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Thread: Are urinary catheters/incontinence products eligible for Heath Care FSA?

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    Are urinary catheters/incontinence products eligible for Heath Care FSA?

    Has anyone had trouble submitting incontinence products (pads) or urinary catheters for reimbursement for Health Care FSA (flexible spending arrangement)?
    Daniel

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