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    I have lived in this small college town for more than 3 years. I walk past this medical complex nearly every week on my way to walmart. Today i decided to look around a little and one of the stores called Cache Valley Oxygen was a medical supply store. I couldn't breath (pun intended) I was so excited about the store. They didn't have any premium diapers, but they do have prevale and some other similar brands like tena. What I was most excited about was they have reusable briefs, bedwetting alarms, medical braces, bedwetting pads, and bunch of other semi-related products. I can't wait to save up some money and go get some reusable adult pull ups.

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    It has been my experiance that medical supply stores are far superior to chains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick1776 View Post
    I have lived in this small college town for more than 3 years. I walk past this medical complex nearly every week on my way to walmart. Today i decided to look around a little and one of the stores called Cache Valley Oxygen was a medical supply store. I couldn't breath (pun intended) I was so excited about the store. They didn't have any premium diapers, but they do have prevale and some other similar brands like tena. What I was most excited about was they have reusable briefs, bedwetting alarms, medical braces, bedwetting pads, and bunch of other semi-related products. I can't wait to save up some money and go get some reusable adult pull ups.
    Dude! I have to check that out, I live in logan too.

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    Actually, i think i almost went into that place, when i drove around town spotting for somewhere to buy diapers. I'm new to Logan, so I was checking out options. Anyhow, it, or a building on the same campus, was listed under the pharmacies. When i drove by it, it looked to official for me to feel comfortable to go inside, didn't want them asking me questions.

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    Oh? It looks as though I might have to make a trip up to Logan this weekend! Here in Davis there is a med store next to the hospital that carries Attends and there is a Medicine Shoppe in Bountiful that carries Tena products and plastic pants. I have been trying to locate some variety for a while now. The re-useable's definitely intrigue me. Can you post an address, GPS co-ordinates, or link to Google maps? I would like to know exactly where this is please!

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    As long as we have this Utah party going on here, does anybody know of any good stores in the provo/orem area?

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    I have heard of a place that gets some Tranquility products in from time to time down that way, but I have no idea where or even what the place is called. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr5311 View Post
    As long as we have this Utah party going on here, does anybody know of any good stores in the provo/orem area?
    I used to stop in to Petersen Medical Supply on University Parkway to pick up Molicares on my way through town on a regular basis. It was quite nice to see a place with premium diapers. Its been several months since I've been in there though.

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    Ha ha ha ha, I broke the the Utah only posters streak.

    Awesome find. Hope you have fun.

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    As I suggest to everybody, you've got the Internet, just google "medical supply stores in _____ (your city) " you can almost guarantee that with a little calling around you might be surprised what you can find, I found ATNs for $10 a pack only a few miles from my house

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