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After reading many comments on this website, I realize how fortunate I am to have accepted my ostomy so readily. I had a perforated colon, which lead to acute periotinitis, and nearly died. From the start, I viewed my ostomy as a life-saver and the end to the pain. My heart goes out to those who have had a difficult time adjusting and I'm glad you've found this website and the support it offers.

I'd like to meet a man who is caring and kind, open minded and a good communicator for a possible relationship. Good grooming in a man is more important to me than good looks. I'm relatively non-materialistic, so how much money you makes is not at all important to me; only that you be self-supporting.
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m, 67
April 1st of this year I retired and starting a new chapter in my life. Now that I have ti...
Massachusetts, United States
m, 70
I try not to sweat the small stuff. I stay active, snowmobile trip every January with o...
Indiana, United States
m, 66
Looking for friends that have had osteo management issues. I'm looking for new ideas as wh...
Nebraska, United States
m, 71
Hope to meet a female Ostomate to talk with and possibly share new adventures with.
South Carolina, United States
m, 74
I have had a urostomy since the spring of 2007. Bladder cancer was the cause. I belong ...
Ontario, Canada
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