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In the Detroit metro area in Michigan? Dad is 91 and among other things has an enlarged prostate. They used them on him in the hospital and in rehab but we have been unable to find them. Depends and the like chaffed him but these are softer, didn't chaffe and worked great as well.

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I am not familiar with the Prevail brand. My mom wears the Depends Silhouettes during the day but they are not absorbent enough at night so she uses Tranquility nightime. They hold somewhere around 32 oz and then there are liners that hold another 11 oz. Depends can't compare. I even called the Depends hotline and they cannot compete. Good luck. I do all my ordering from/through Amazon.
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Goodness ~ i think we were all burning up the search engines - and yes, Amazon does have them available [even via 3rd parties, but still covered by the Amazon policies and warranties in place] - usually completely free of shipping fees and timely discretionary shipping. You may wish to inquire of your Dad's doctor and/or Medicare to see if they a covered medical expense. By all means, please call or send a note to Prevail and get a sample or so of either different sizes/ types / or perhaps brands, if appropriate. i found in my browswer search http://www.totalhomecaresup - "Total Home Care Supplies". i live in metro Detroit area, and Liberty Mutual is always advertising supplies re incontinence and/or catheters. But purchased out of state will be a time saver - free shipping, scheduled delivery [or notify them by phone, if you need them sooner]. When my aunt needed a certain style of Depends, sometimes it required trips to many different stores: not all drugstores etc carried them. God bless ya ~ and wow, what a fabulous group here! Just ask, and lots of fingers will try to help! Hugs ~
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On Amazon you can get them even less expensive if you "subscribe" to them and get a set amount delivered every month. It is wonderful. If you need extra you can order them and if you end up with too many you can skip an occasional month.
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Start here:

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You might also try Crittenton Hospital in Rochester; these larger hospitals often have their own DME facilities in the hospital itself.
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You might try Hart Medical Supply in Clarkston; I vaguely remember seeing some when we got a rollator for my father. There are other DME suppliers that might carry them, such as Binson's and Wright & Filippis.

Best source though is the website, then check for locations or call the customer service number.
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Try HDIS - free same day shipping -you can get overnight also. Lots of brands to chose from. You can use the website - HDIShealthcare
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They have them on Amazon.
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I don't know what brand they are, but I bought briefs through Gold Violin and Dr. Leonards - they are both catalogues. Also Vermont Country Store has them - catalogue also.
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I haven't ordered for years, but my last information was:
1-888-856-4621 New Tech Medical (authorized distributor). They send cases without a delivery fee.
1-800-CARE-551 is the manufacturer number.
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Check Prevail's website. They have an online catalog. They also have these available on Amazon's website. We order a similar product from Amazon and usually order a case which saves some money, and free shipping is usually offered.
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