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Robert
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January 14, 2018 3:43 pm  

Hey Eric thanks I never thought new there were different products for different areas

Subtotal colectomy and Proctectomy , Ileostomy , Ulcerative Colitis


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VeganOstomy
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January 14, 2018 3:57 pm  
Posted by: Robert

Hey Eric thanks I never thought new there were different products for different areas

Yeah, I didn't know about that either until I had a conversation with one of the people who actually make the formulations for wafers! Pretty cool when you think about it.

Just your friendly neighborhood ostomate.

~ Crohn's Disease ¦ Ileostomy ~


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john68
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January 14, 2018 4:00 pm  

Or to Hot lol

ileostomy 31st August 1994 for Crohns


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FelicityG
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January 15, 2018 7:31 pm  

I have a set of stacking boxes that lock together. They're arranged into 3 stacks. One has change sets, a zip lock bag holding: a bag for dirty washcloths, a bag for the ostomy bag and garbage, a flange, a bag, 3 adhesive remover pads, 1 skin protector pad, 2 pieces of gauze. It has a section for my scissors, markers, cutting templates, paste. Another holds my spare adhesive remover, skin protectant and so on. The last one holds assorted samples and things I don't usually need. 

I grab the changing set and take it to the bathroom and bring my little table in and change on the toilet. 

When I'm done I stow them in the linen closet outside the upstairs bathroom.

Crohn's Colitis, Ilieostomy, Proctocolectomy November 2017


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