Was going to just put this in my current Red Weepy skin post..........but decided to break it out for max visibility. For those who use the Cavilon sheets (Henry, I saw your post saying you do) I'm wondering how big of a hole do you cut in the sheet for your stoma? Meaning do you cut the hole as small as possible to hug your stoma, in which case the ring (if you use one) sits on top of the Cavilon film.......or do you cut the hole bigger, so the ring sits on stomal skin? Maybe it doesn't matter.....I guess what I'm asking is does the Cavilon sheet stick well to the moist skin on the base and shaft of your stoma.....or should I let the ring do it's thing there?
With the spray this might not matter as much, but I did order the spray as well.........should be here next week. So let me expand the question to the spray as well......do you spray up to the base of the stoma, or do you leave the area where the ring contacts the base of the stoma unsprayed?