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securing Flange to prevent leaking in any situation

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 7:09 pm
Only one type of tape has worked for me to prevent my Dansac wafer  coming off or
leaking  . Micropore Surgical tape lets your skin breathe and does not cause irritation . I was just swimming in the ocean , in very big waves , thrown around  etc and my bag ( wafer )
was perfectly secure and lasted three more days . There are a few brands but it has to say
" 3M  Micropore Surgical Tape "

Give it a try   ,  let me know if it works ,All the best  Eamon Moran
  Past Member
Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 5:16 pm
Totally agree! Would not consider using anything else!!! Thanks! ~tas~
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What is the best way to not have leaks on your urostomy flange. Thanks

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