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Simple, affordable, and convenient.

Urinary incontinence can be inconvenient, time-consuming, and expensive. But with the Contino® subscription plan, it doesn't have to be.

  • Convenient doorstep delivery every 3 months.
  • Affordable – Get bladder leakage control for the price of a daily cup of coffee.
  • Covered by many major Canadian benefits providers.
  • Government programs and tax credits may help offset the entire price of Contino®.

Cost Comparison

How does Contino® stack up to the alternative urinary incontinence treatments?

Compare the monthly cost of Contino® with the estimated monthly cost of alternative incontinence products for a man suffering from moderate-to-severe Stress Urinary Incontinence.

contino®

125
+ shipping
/month

includes everything you need shipped straight to your door, plus a personalised fitting and ongoing support.

External collection devices

e.g. condom catheters

130 - 180
/month

cost of alternative solutions for certain activities - e.g. swimming

Penile compression devices

e.g. clamps, cuffs

100 - 500
/device

cost of absorbent products for overnight and occasional wear.

Surgically implanted devices

e.g. artificial sphincter, male sling

Upwards of
40,000
/surgery

may be covered under provincial health care plans, but eligibility criteria can be restrictive and waitlists be long.

Absorbent Products

e.g. diapers and pads

100 - 175
/month

cost of alternative solutions for certain activities - e.g. swimming

Incontinence can be expensive — According to the Canadian Continence Foundation, the average individual living at home will spend between $1,400 and $2,100 per year on incontinence products. However, there are a variety of products available, and many men use a combination, either for different activities or as a backup in case of a leak. Your current expenses will be unique based on your experience with Stress Urinary Incontinence.

How does the Contino® subscription process work?

  • 01

    Decide if Contino® is right for you

    An experienced continence medical professional (your Contino® Trainer) will complete an independent assessment to see if Contino® is right for you. If so, you will receive a personalised fitting, training, and ongoing support on how to use Contino®. An assessment fee is paid directly to the Trainer’s clinic, which varies by location and is approximately $150. Usually, this fee is covered by extended health insurance coverage, so contact your provider to see if it is covered for you.

  • 02

    Start your 30-day trial

    When Contino® is right for you, the clinic enrolls you in a 30- day trial, which includes a supply of Contino® products and follow-up consultations with your Trainer. A $125  deposit is required to participate in the trial and is fully refundable if you are not satisfied and you return the Contino® products. During the trial period, your Trainer will work with you to improve your bladder leakage control. 

    Starter kit

    • Contino® urethral insert (multiple sizes)
    • Contino® Inserter (1)
    • Lubricant (30 days’ supply)
    • Carrying case (1)
    • instructions for use (1)
  • 03

    Sign up for Contino’s affordable ongoing subscription plan

    At the end of the trial period, you are automatically enrolled in the Contino® subscription service, which ships Contino® products directly to you each quarter. The subscription costs $125 per month plus shipping and handling, similar to monthly cost for a typical pad/adult diaper user.  The Contino® subscription and the independent assessment fee are covered by most extended health providers. Check with your provider to see if you are covered.

    Every 3 months a Contino® quarterly kit arrives at your door with the following:

    Quarterly kit

    • Contino® urethral insert (3)
    • Contino® Inserter (1)
    • Lubricant (90-day supply)

Insurance Coverage

Contino® is now formally covered as a urinary incontinence treatment by major Canadian benefits providers, and this list is growing! This great news means that you may now be able to offset all or part of the cost of Contino®.

In addition, many Canadian provinces have programs that may cover part or all of the cost of Contino®. Canada’s federal government may also cover all or part of the cost of Contino® for Veterans and First Nations or Inuit people. Contino® may also be tax-deductible, depending on your location. Find Your Benefits Provider below:

You may be able to offset all or part of the cost of Contino®

Extended Health Benefit

Your extended health benefits may cover all or part of the cost of Contino®. Major Canadian benefits providers that cover Contino® include Canada Life (including Great West Life and London Life), Desjardins, Manulife, and Sun Life. This list continues to grow, so if your provider isn't listed here please contact us to inquire about coverage status.

Government Programs

Most provinces have income-tested programs which may cover all or part of the cost of Contino®. Certain provinces have similar programs which are not income-tested. Federal programs may also cover all or part of the cost of Contino® for veterans and First Nations or Inuit people.

Tax Credit

Canada provides a personal income tax credit for eligible medical expenses. Depending on your income and other tax matters, you may be able to claim a tax credit for the cost of Contino®.

For more information on the above, contact us.

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