I have an ileostotomy........has any one sky dived with a bag? does it blow up with air.....if i did it shoud i bring a change of bags.....some how I think the thrill of the jump is worth the shit i may have to deal with once on the ground
GO FOR IT!!
If the worst happens, I'm sure you will not be the only one who has shit themselves at their first sky dive.
omg....never thought of it that way
That's one of the things on my bucket list. I would probably make sure that my bag was empty prior to the jump. I think that the equipment you'll have to put on will be more than adequate to keep the bag in place. I don't foresee any issues. Just have fun!!
yea I am a freak about keeping my pouch empty. I have a bidet (toliet wand) at my home to flush it clean. I empty at least every hour. this way i can still wear tight jeans, skirts, leggings etc.......I have learned to adjust
you seem like a great guy
I won't say a "great" guy.....just a good guy....*evil grin*
Hey moonshine, take a chance!!! You seem like your courageous we only live once. Were you thinking of doing it soon? Good luck in advance !!! Angelicamarie
That is so cool, about skydiving that is, this is something I want to do someime in my life as well. Have same concerns about the bag filling up with air. I know they sell bags with vents in them though, or so I read. I am a year out wearing a Urostomy bag.
I have a ostomy bag and gone sky driving 5 times over the last 2 years with out any problems.
Take a couple of lomotil to slow down the flow.
Hi, have you considered irrigation? My bag is always empty for upto 2 days
Hi, I haven't skydived since my ileostomy but I have been on several paragliding flights, including one in the Annapurna Range above Pokhara, Nepal.
Can't say I noticed anything different.
Same when I did a shallow dive on The Barrier Reef.
As long as you feel ok with your bags, I use a Sensura Mio with a Dermacol collar. They have never let me down.