Welcome to part three of my “Mastering Life with an Ostomy” series!
Welcome to part two of my “Mastering Life with an Ostomy” series!
I was invited by the Reno Ostomy Association to speak to their group and share some of my tips for people living with an ostomy and also caregivers.
So many of you have emailed me or sending me private messages asking where I’ve gone lately. Thank you for the concern! I’m hoping this post will answer some questions.
First off, let me say that VeganOstomy is one of the most important things in my life, and new content is on the way (I promise!).
Once in a while, the media or a government agency will say something that deeply offends ostomates.
In this video, we explore audience questions about ostomy reversal surgery, intimacy after surgery, and more!
May 19th, 2018 – Why is World IBD Day, or IBD advocacy in general, important? It really isn’t… until it is.
Life with an ostomy can be either easy or a challenge depending on how you approach it.
This is part three (the last in the series) of my video chat with Amber Wallace.
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!