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Toileting Aids for people suffering from Arthritis.

These devices can help people with limited use of their hands and arms or have weak knees or hips due to arthritis to function independently when using the toilet.
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Cleanis Care-bag Super Absorbent Commode Liners Case of 360
Cleanis Care-bag Super Absorbent Commode Liners Case of 360
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Your Price: $319.95
Comfort Wipe
Comfort Wipe
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Your Price: $10.95
Brondell Swash 1000 Round Toilet Seat
Brondell Swash 1000 Round Toilet Seat
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Your Price: $599.95
Brondell Swash 1000 Elongated Toilet Seat
Brondell Swash 1000 Elongated Toilet Seat
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Tall-ette Elevated Toilet Seat
Tall-ette Elevated Toilet Seat
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Self Wipe Toilet Tissue Aid
Self Wipe Toilet Tissue Aid
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Your Price: $45.95
Hinged Elevated Toilet Seat
Hinged Elevated Toilet Seat
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Your Price: $64.95
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Toilet Tissue Tongs 15 inch
Toilet Tissue Tongs 15 inch
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Freedom Wand - multipurpose, portable, personal hygiene aid.
Freedom Wand - multipurpose, portable, personal hygiene aid.
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Your Price: $49.95
Padded Raised Toilet Seat
Padded Raised Toilet Seat
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Your Price: $19.95
Cleanis Care-bag Super Absorbent Commode Liners Box of 20
Cleanis Care-bag Super Absorbent Commode Liners Box of 20
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URSEC No Spill Male Urinal Bottle
URSEC No Spill Male Urinal Bottle
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People with severe arthritis can have a difficult time getting up from a toilet seat. It's something that most people don't think about. Raised toilet seats can help to minimize the problem. The additional height provided by this adaptive aid provides an affordable and obtainable solution.

Having a toilet seat with arms can also provide a solution to the problem. Arthritis sufferers with weak knees, recovering from knee surgery or hip replacement surgery, can use thier arms to help stand from a toilet.