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"Mastering Life with an Ostomy" Part 2 of 3 (w/video)

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VeganOstomy
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Here is part two of my presentation, "Mastering Life with an Ostomy" =)

In this part, I talk about some accessories that can help to improve your quality of life.

Just your friendly neighborhood ostomate.
~ Crohn's Disease ¦ Ileostomy ~


   
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And the Award for the best Short Film goes to..........................Vegan Ostomy!!!!!!!!

Love the prune juice story. :-D 

ileostomy 31st August 1994 for Crohns


   
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Dona
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I just watched the first two parts of this presentation Eric.

Great job. This will be so helpful to so many people. I hope more people in the health care 'business'  will make their patients  aware of VO.  Thanks.

Onset of severe Ulcerative Colitus Oct.2012. Subtotal colectomy with illiostomy July 2015; Peristomal hernia repair ( Sugarbaker, mesh, laparoscopic) May 2017.


   
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Patricia Garback
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I watched all three videos and I found them very helpful. I am 74 years old and I’ve had my ileostomy since I was 23. I am mostly self taught. Only within the last two years have I ever seen a stoma nurse and it was because of a terrible problem I was having with the skin weeping under the pouch. They were extremely helpful at such a stressful time. I came upon your videos this evening and I was so impressed. You were so helpful in giving tips that either I learned on my own or never knew. You were a wonderful speaker and with volumes of helpful information. I believe anyone who is an ostomy patient would benefit greatly from reviewing your videos. Excellent job, thank you.


   
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VeganOstomy
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Thank you for taking the time to write, Patricia. I truly appreciate your kind words.

I think that no matter how long you've had your ostomy, it's always an evolving learning experience. Take care!

Just your friendly neighborhood ostomate.
~ Crohn's Disease ¦ Ileostomy ~


   
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