If you’ve ever wanted a Stealth Belt for sports and other activities where impact to your stoma may be a concern, the Hybrid Stealth Belt might just be what you’re looking for!
Stealth Belt or ComfortBelt? I get asked which belt is better about 22346145 times a day (more or less), so it’s time to finally put these heavyweights in the ring and see who comes out on top!
When I was a new ostomate, I had concerns about what to do with my bag when it’s hanging down.
I love wearing my ostomy bag sideways, but some people may find it difficult to adjust to, especially when it comes to emptying their appliance.
Welcome to part three of the lady’s guide to dressing with an ostomy!
Ever since I originally reviewed the Stealth Belt several years back, I’ve been asked questions about how I could possibly wear my ostomy bag horizontally.
You are lucky to be a lady! Smart, strong, beautiful, and you’ve got a heck of a lot of clothing options!
If you live in a country that has long, cold winters, warmer weather is probably something you look forward to experiencing for at least a few months during the summer. While many of us may enjoy some fun in the sun, it brings along a few extra challenges that I’d like to cover in this article.
While there are many clothing options for women who have an ostomy, it’s not so easy for men. Surprisingly, I haven’t found many resources which deal with men’s clothing challenges, so I’m hoping this post helps you guys out.
I had the honor and great pleasure of being one of about a dozen Canadian IBD advocacy bloggers to be invited to attended the IBD Hall of Fame event held in Toronto on September 10, 2014. This was only my second time in a hotel since my ileostomy surgery last year, and it wasn’t without a few challenges, but things went very well and I’d like to share my experience about the event.