When you’re paying for ostomy supplies out-of-pocket, every dollar counts.
I had an opportunity to be on The IBD & Ostomy Support Show for a live stream on Sept 21, 2017.
A question I get asked often is, “How many times should I be emptying my ostomy bag?”. In this post, I’ll go over various factors that can influence how often an ostomy bag needs to be emptied.
Terms like, “pancaking” or “burping” may sound like they’re describing a Sunday brunch, but in reality, ostomates have many clever words to describe what’s going on in their lives. On this page, you’ll find a list of common terms that ostomates use, as well as their meaning.
If you’re a fan of the Coloplast SenSura Mio line and you have a high-output stoma, have I got something for you! This article is being discussed on the forums
I had the pleasure of being a panelist during the “Living with an Ostomy 101” webinar that was hosted by Corstrata last month.
I’m no stranger to Hollister or their product offering, but the Premier one-piece with CeraPlus piqued my interest due to some interesting benefits.
Find out what makes the Flexima one-piece by B. Braun a great ostomy appliance in this full review.
When I was a new ostomate, I remember seeing sheets of stickers included with my ostomy bags and had no idea what they were for.