This is part three (the last in the series) of my video chat with Amber Wallace.
I’m very proud to announce Ostomeme, a new project that I’ve been working on!
I’ve had a few people write to me asking why I use the term “ostomy bag” when talking about ostomies, rather than “pouch”. I’d like to address this very interesting topic in this article!
I had the pleasure of doing a video interview/chat with a fellow ostomate, Amber Wallace, and I’m so happy to be sharing another video in this series!
I had the pleasure of doing a video interview/chat with a fellow ostomate, Amber Wallace, and I’m so happy to be sharing this new series with you!
I’m an environmentalist at heart, and while I don’t claim to be perfect, I do try to be mindful of my impact.
I did a second podcast with Guts & Glory!
You’ve probably heard of the “crusting technique” if you’ve had your ostomy for a while. But what is it and does it actually work?
In this article, I’ll be answering those questions and more!
Anyone with an ostomy will tell you that sometimes their stoma will often act as if it has a mind of its own!
Quite a few factors influence whether someone’s stoma will have a tendency to be problematic or not, and a well-placed stoma is at the top of the list of things that can help.