So, you realize you've only got a few days to spend your FSA money. Here're a few items that you can use the money for.

United Health Care made up this handy list of some items  you can use that FSA money for.

A health care flexible spending account (FSA) can be used to pay for many covered health care services. These include:

Acupuncture
Ambulance
Artificial limbs
Artificial teeth
Blood sugar test kits for diabetics
Breast pumps and lactation supplies
Chiropractor
Contact lenses and solutions
Crutches
Dental treatments including X-rays,
cleanings, fillings, braces, and tooth removals
Doctor’s office visits and procedures
Drug addiction treatment
Drug prescriptions
Eyeglasses and vision exams
Fertility treatment
Hearing aids and batteries
Hospital services
Inpatient alcoholism treatment
Insulin
Laboratory fees
Laser eye surgery
Over-the-counter medicines and drugs if prescribed
by a doctor (see more information below)
Physical therapy
Psychiatric care if the expense is for mental health
care provided by a psychiatrist, psychologist or other
licensed professional
Special education services, recommended by a doctor,
for learning disabilities
Speech therapy
Stop-smoking programs (including nicotine gum or
patches, if prescribed)
Surgery, excluding cosmetic surgery
Vasectomy
Walker
Weight-loss program, if it is a treatment for a specific
disease diagnosed by a physician
Wheelchair
Acid controllers
Acne medicine
Aids for indigestion
Allergy and sinus medicine
Antidiarrheal medicine
Baby rash ointment
Cold and flu medicine
Eye drops
Feminine antifungal or anti-itch products
Hemorrhoid treatment
Laxatives or stool softeners
Lice treatments
Motion sickness medicines
Nasal sprays or drops
Ointments for cuts, burns or rashes
Pain relievers, such as aspirin or ibuprofen
Sleep aids
Stomach remedies
Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines and drugs
Over-the-counter medicines and drugs may only be eligible for FSA reimbursement if you have a valid prescription.
Those medicines or drugs include:
This is not a complete list.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) decides which expenses can
be paid from an FSA and can change the list at any time.
Bandages, adhesive or elastic
Braces and supports
Catheters
Condoms
Contact lens solution and supplies
Crutches
Dentures and denture adhesives
Diagnostic tests and monitors
(such as blood glucose monitors)
Elastic wraps
First-aid supplies
Insulin
Ostomy products
Pregnancy tests
Reading glasses
Walkers, wheelchairs
and canes

Use it before you lose it!