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    what i'm asking here is purely just for academical purposes, and i'm very well aware of what would happen if i got caught doing such a thing. i'm just really curious about this, and want to hear what you guys have to say about it

    so, i was just counting my diaper money today, when it suddenly crossed my mind: would it be possible to go to the doc, lie about having poor bladder control and bedwetting issues, then get some sort of a diaper prescription so you can get diapers for free?

    by that i mean if would it be possible to kinda "fake/bluff" your way through the tests, refuse any operations saying that you're afraid of it or something, not use the prescribed medicine then lie to the doc that you used it and it's not working?

    would there be a certain way that the doc could know you're lying to him? like, could he somehow find out that you didn't use the medicine, and/or that you're bluffing your way through the tests? could he do another test to see if you really used the medicine? let's say he does something like a drug test to find out. and finally, how high are the possibilities to either suceed or get caught?


    is there anyone with actual health issues who got the diaper prescription without having to lie, and would now share the story about how exactly the whole thing goes before you get the prescription?

    again, i'm asking purely for academical reasons. i know that if i got caught doing this i'd get a massive fine, which would mean i'd be left with no money for diapers for a long time. i'm really not that stupid to try this!

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    The doctor would essentially tell you to go buy them, or just like meds, insurance may cover it. Insurance fraud via diapers would be a field day for the press, but then again if you say you don't want medical procedures the doctor would understand, as it's a common fear. This answer essentially is as complicated as one can think up.

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    Before a doctor would do that, one would do test.
    I heard some can be very uncomfortable.

    Before things are given cheaper or free, they want to make sure first.
    Also you can only get certain brands, ABU and Bambino, and other AD/DL aimed brands would not be included.

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    The doc would probably have 20 questions for you and have you do some tests to determine your IC. They might not be all that pleasant.

    As for other reasons, it's outright fraud. Granted a person could do much worse, but you would still have to live with your own conscience knowing others out there may really need them.

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    Well,

    I'm ic, and have/had a prescription...havent used in years...

    But, just buy the 24/7's I like...

    At 18 money is, well, not as abundant...and as such the getting "free" stuff is very appealing...

    At 18 I'd already been living on my own, and moved the Chicago...and worked full time...

    Even if it takes a bit, you'll get income, and make money for you diapers...

    Diapers aren't very expensive in the whole thing...they are cheaper than smoking and drinking, and don't kill you!

    I wouldn't try the insurance thing...they will most likely require lots of tests, and some are not pleasant...I know for sure...I've had neurological issues since having near fatal spinal meningitis at around 18 months old...

    Dealing with insurance on the big things (drugs) to the tune of 1000's a month is enough...just one of my prescriptions is discount price near 1000$ a month...Lyrica...expensive...having insurance take my meds bill down by 1000's is worth the hassle...but getting crap diapers...or fighting for refund isn't worth it for the amount...even though I've been through the damn tests! It took two months the get my apap machine covered...insurance is a pain...not being richious...but fraud like we are talking about here makes it worse!

    Bottom line, get a job, mowing lawns, gardening, paper route...whatever, and just buy them...

    When you make the money to buy what you desire it feels so much better than getting it some other way!

    Get some cash, get a po box, or a box at the ups store, and buy a prepaid card at Walmart...not too difficult...nt super expensive...it's your private place for things to be shipped to...and works great when at home with parents...

    Lots of excuses...lace to ship bday, mday, fday, Xmas, etc gifts to keep surprise...can also order free samples to there as well...

    Just my $0.02

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    Standard procedure would be trying to determine the underlying cause. And most likely trying to fix this issue.

    Depending on the expertise of any given doctor, so let's say a general practitioner, he would send you to an urologist. He or she will need some tests to work with, i.e. to determine what kind of incontinence it is. Usually it involves urodynamics, a cystoscopy, ultrasonic.
    If there's no lead, then you'd need to visit a neurologist. Since it might be this kind of issue, like some kind of nerve damage, a tumor, problems with your spinal cord or any other disease out of this area. This usually leads to an MRI (brain, spinal cord) with or without contrast agent, any kind of electric conductivity, a lumbar puncture and so on.
    That's no fun. The last one hurts like hell to be honest. You might think you're getting used to it after some years... but not that much actually. In my case it's for testing/a checkup if the cerebrospinal fluid might be inflammatory, since it can happen and is not predictable by an MRI.

    Anyway, if this leads nowhere you might be sent to a psychologist/psychiatrist or anything similar, since there would be no physical issue for the IC problems. I can't tell where this might end, but I'd say it might not be that pleasent.

    So I'd guess for a while it might work, at least as long as it's getting checked since no doctor would be this inhuman. But would this be worth it? All kinds of medical examinations, which start from not being comfortable right up to hurting actually. While some people could really need those examinations but often need to wait until the damage is irreparable, although knowing earlier what the problem would have been - may have had a higher chance of full recovery. Or they don't have enough money to pay for them depending on where they live in our world. So youŽd take up this spot and the money it costs... for nothing. I guess everyone would say no, right?

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    Even then the questions leading up to the tests would probably let them know. They performed many tests on me, but because my answers never changed it narrowed down the tests. Plus the answers lead them to the diagnosis and how severe it was. Everything I was told to read did not have the answers I was giving, but the symptoms did lead them to find what was wrong.

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    It's a really bad idea. As said before, the doctors wouldn't just give you a prescription, but would ask you a bunch of questions about your incontinence and then run several tests, that I have heard hurt A LOT. If you somehow get the prescription and aren't found out during the questions and test, they'd probably talk to your insurance which would cover it. Not only is this insurance fraud and wrong, but you'd most likely get a prescription for some shitty low quality diapers. The most you could possibly hope for are Abenas. Anything like Bambinos, ABUniverse, or Snuggies, forget about it. You'd then spend a bunch of time dealing with insurance companies, doctors, and filling out paperwork about this that honestly, isn't worth the time you'd be putting into this, let alone the consequences of getting caught.

    Overall, it's wrong, a very bad idea that would end very poorly, and you're much better off just buying your diapers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsmax View Post
    It's a really bad idea. As said before, the doctors wouldn't just give you a prescription, but would ask you a bunch of questions about your incontinence and then run several tests, that I have heard hurt A LOT. If you somehow get the prescription and aren't found out during the questions and test, they'd probably talk to your insurance which would cover it. Not only is this insurance fraud and wrong, but you'd most likely get a prescription for some shitty low quality diapers. The most you could possibly hope for are Abenas. Anything like Bambinos, ABUniverse, or Snuggies, forget about it. You'd then spend a bunch of time dealing with insurance companies, doctors, and filling out paperwork about this that honestly, isn't worth the time you'd be putting into this, let alone the consequences of getting caught.

    Overall, it's wrong, a very bad idea that would end very poorly, and you're much better off just buying your diapers.
    yea i know it's not a good idea. like i said before, i was asking for academical reasons.

    but here where i live, you can get tena and abena diapers if you have the prescription. you can even get baby diapers like that.
    it would be nice to get diapers for free, but i guess i'll just use that little money i have and buy my own diapers without worrying about dealing with insurance agents. i'm buying a stash of hundred diapers in a while when my parents go away to the beach for two weeks. this is gonna be great

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    noahVmiller

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    I don't think it works like that...the doctor doesn't prescribe "diapers." In fact in this day in age I wouldn't be surprised if he only prescribed medicine to curb the incontinence.

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