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Blue1981 Canada
Booked for ostomy surgery in October and looking for support/information from others who have gone through the same thing.


brett1213 United States


Moz80 United Kingdom


sundaybowler United States
to exchange information I have learned and learn things I haven't yet


david44 United States
Hello I came here to get all reliable information!!


GSJ58 United Kingdom
Sometimes it's just good to talk to someone with similar issues other than your partner.


Nutmegz Canada
Been an ostomate since 2006 due to Ulcerative Colitis. Although I've never had anyone react negatively to my ostomy, it'd be nice to meet others with ostomies.


BRIT955 Canada
Just interested in meeting someone who knows having a ostomy is okay and doesn't slow you down or stop you from doing anything. Recently divorced thought this would be a good place to meet someone that understands have to start somewhere.


Janicedennis United States
Recovery information


kumo111 United States
just had my surgery three weeks ago wanted to talk to someone with the same experience, travel,and so on


Aries415 United States


maxadam United States
health professional from new york


Pinkyspearl United States
I had an emergency colostomy 3 months ago..... reversal possibly in another 5 months... just wanting feedback from others that have had this procedure... thank you-!


penkphz Brunei Darussalam
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gdsport Canada
Hi, I'm a recent ostomate, hoping to be reversed still, but have had two unsuccessful reversal attempts in under one year. It's difficult for partners to understand the challenges that we endure and I feel that only an ostomate can really unders...


PepperPatty Brazil
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tjabzer United States
I am a recent ostomy patient. I have never joined a support group before. I am looking to see what I can learn. I do my best to be open minded and non-judgmental.


hangtownlassie United States
I am an Ulcerative Colitis survivor. Diagnosed at 35 jpouch surgery at 41, Kock pouch surgery at 56, permanent ileostomy at 63 4weeks ago. Looking for input on ileostomy care especially itching under the wafer


CountryBlue United States
I was diagnosed with rectal cancer in September of 2013. End of January 2014 came the big surgery that resulted in my having a colostomy along with other bits they decided I didn't need! Still going through chemo right now. Rough road but things ar...


mexican United States
Just an average guy..looking for a serious man.love to workout..read and very sincere


 
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I can't speak to your present condition but having had an ileostomy and taking Vicodin I've never had any blockages of any kind. I take it for a lifetime of chronic pain and take between 2 to 3 per day as needed. I no longer have my ileostomy as... (within 24 hours)
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Topic: Vicodin and ileostomy blockage?


For what it's worth, I did a fair amount of salt water swimming without any protective covering on my flange tape and never ran into water-related problems. Currently, however, I use just one Coloplast Barrier strip (Brava-half moon) on the... (within 2 days)
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I have not tried that material but I have the half moon glue pieces that work for several hours in the water and still hold the next day -- I think this looks very good too. (within 2 days)
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Topic: New Video/swimming


As for the shower part I think you might like the stretch natural color band - it covers well, looks good and makes the intimate part of looking "normal" so much easier.  If you are handy with a serger, you can have a lot of fun with differ... (within 2 days)
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I developed an enormous swelling and yet the stoma was not blocked -- the medical staff worked hard to reduce it with muscle relaxants and anti swelling drugs -- it turns out I was deathly allergic to peppers in the pulled pork and I had develop... (within 2 days)
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Topic: Stoma Swelling from Blockage


Thank you very much for your response, Mike. When I discussed this with my GP he didn't seem to think it was an issue. Remembering what the Mayo Clinic told me, and your response, I believe I will call my GP doctor's office tomorrow and press ... (within 2 days)
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Topic: Vicodin and ileostomy blockage?


Hi Graph, my surgeon told me to take a stool softener if I took any narcotics for pain.  He was very "matter-of-fact" about it.  Good luck. Mike (within 2 days)
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Topic: Vicodin and ileostomy blockage?


I am 1 year post-op after my ileostomy surgery I had performed at the Mayo Clinic. I still have daily pain from the hernia involved - most days are manageable but some days are very painful. After my surgery, the Mayo Clinic told me I cannot tak... (within 2 days)
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Topic: Vicodin and ileostomy blockage?






Latest Blog Comments

I have good insurance, but as far as I know, this can even be covered by Medicaid. if ur someone with mild to moderate drainage, or have a predictable schedule, I found a company that makes very small non drainable bags. I wore them with my jean... (August 21st, 2014)
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Blog: jeans


Oh i would love to do weights but i have already had 2 hernia repairs and again i have another small hernia would love to know how to get some weights going :) cheers me (August 20th, 2014)
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Blog: Hope to do this


actually just buy yourself some stretch jeans they are great and i try not to eat as much gas foods i wear my jeans all the time but when im not feeling great a gr8 pair of track dacks are another good option :) cheers Mooz from Australi another... (August 20th, 2014)
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Blog: jeans


I still wear jeans but they are the old lady type with an elastic waist and stretch material, got to allow room for the bag to expand. After two surgeries I have one side of the incision with no feeling and the other side is supersensitive so I ... (August 20th, 2014)
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Blog: jeans


It is great that you are trying to keep in shape. I am retired and swim a lot (since I live in Hawaii) - but I looked at your profile and there is one thing that bothered me, but I will forgive you...I am originally from Philly - so it is the E... (August 17th, 2014)
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Blog: Hope to do this


sick humor, (August 17th, 2014)
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