North Carolina Medicaid Coverage for Incontinence Supplies


Affording incontinence supplies doesn’t have to be a struggle. If North Carolina Medicaid is your insurance plan, there’s a good chance your incontinence supplies will be covered.

Find out more about your options.

Does North Carolina Medicaid Cover Incontinence Supplies?

Yes, North Carolina Medicaid features incontinence product coverage as one of its many benefits to Medicaid enrollees.

However, in order to cover your incontinence supplies, they must be a medical necessity. Your prescribing healthcare practitioner may need to fill out a prescription for the amount and type of incontinence products. In addition, they may require additional supporting documentation or pre-approval before we can ship your first order of incontinence supplies to you.

All North Carolina Medicaid recipients have access to protective underwear, diapers, and underpads. Waiver recipients are eligible for additional products, such as enteral nutrition, bladder control pads, and more.

How to Get Your First Order of Incontinence Supplies

First of all, it’s important to visit your doctor to get a proper diagnosis of incontinence and make sure this is the issue that needs treatment. Next, after determining your treatment plan and any other necessary course of action, your doctor will need to write out a prescription to show these are necessary to manage your urinary or bowel incontinence.

From there, just give 180 Medical a call. We’re in-network with Medicaid of North Carolina, among many hundreds of other insurance plans. We’ll gladly handle getting any additional documentation or authorization they may require. 180 Medical is a trusted supplier for many people living with incontinence, and we can supply many of your needs.

Our Incontinence Specialists will listen respectfully and kindly to your needs, questions, and concerns. In addition, we’ll gladly go the extra mile to make sure you’re fully satisfied with your order, including the brand, type, and fit.

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