Are There Any ADA Toilets With Round Bowls?


We are putting in new floors due to damage from a slab leak and would like to replace the 30 year old toilets at the same time.
Today I picked up an American Standard Cadet 3 ADA model that I thought would make my disabled companion very happy. I chose that model because it passed the 1000g PaM test and seemed like a relatively good value.
When I showed her the elongated bowel sans seat she got very testy and insisted it was only good for men, her poop would drop in the wrong location....blah blah blah.
I have had no success in locating an ADA model with a round bowel. Do they exist?
And...is there any advantage to an elongated bowl for females? I'm hoping that if I stick a seat on it and can cite some advantage it might have, the complaints will stop.
Thanks for any information.
Mike
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If's not like there's a huge difference in the length of an elongated vs. round front. Chances are that nothing will please her. Look at these:
http://www.americanstandard-us.com/Assets/pdfs/as/specsheet/SpecSheet_1245.pdf
http://www.totousa.com/admin/upload/pdfspc/s-cst744sl-1202.pdf

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Actually since posting I installed a seat to make the unit look more user-friendly and she decided she liked it. Problem solved!
I like it too so I'm getting one in the standard height for my other bathroom.
Thanks Ron.
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