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Eight Nutrition Tips for Ileostomy Patients
Eight Nutrition Tips for Ileostomy Patients
Living with an ileostomy can seem daunting for many new patients, but when it comes to your diet, it doesn’t view more
Working with a Colostomy Bag
Working with a Colostomy Bag
You recently had a colostomy and you are wondering if you are ready to start working again. Question view more
Crohn's Disease
Crohn’s Disease
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is characterized by a chronic and recurrent inflammation of the int view more
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Basics of Anal Fistulas
An anal fistula is the formation of an abnormal channel between the muscle of the anus, called the anal sphincter, view more
Ostomy Glossary
Colostomy Complications
Colostomy Complications
The colostomy is a technique that causes around 40% of complications secondary to this technique. view more
High debit ostomies
High Debit Ostomies
Normal stomas have a debit that varies between 500-1,000 ml per day due to ileostomies. The limit from which a view more
What is a Colonoscopy? Everything You Need to Know
Your doctor has recommended you have a colonoscopy, but you still want to get a better understanding view more
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Depression and The New Ostomate
Depression and The New Ostomate
It is never easy for an ostomate to face the new situation and lifestyle changes they have to confro view more
Beneficial Fiber for Crohns Disease Patients
Beneficial Fiber for Crohns Disease Patients
Most patients with Crohn’s Disease (CD) have a hard time when it comes to eating because many foods view more
The Solution to Prevent Excess Gas in Your Pouch
Controlling Pouch Ballooning
Have you had issues with accumulation of gas in your pouch? In this article, you will find informati view more
Exercises with an Ostomy
Exercises with an Ostomy
There exists a positive correlation between weight bearing exercises and bone density. Particularly view more
Flatulence Control StomaBags.com
Flatulence Control
The release of gas is a natural digestive process. Normally, a person would feel the pressure build view more
Peristeen
For Fecal Incontinence and Constipation
The Peristeen rectal catheter is the latest solution to fecal incontinence by Coloplast. It allows view more
How Can Exercising Help Ostomy Patients
How Can Exercising Help Ostomy Patients?
Exercising is beneficial for everyone, and also crucial for people who have undergone ostomy.Once a view more
How Can I Get the Best of Stoma Collars
How Can I Get the Best of Stoma Collars?
Stoma collars are items some ostomates use to avoid stoma leakage. They are placed between the patie view more
How to Empty and Clean an Ostomy Bag
How to Empty and Clean an Ostomy Bag?
You may have many questions regarding intimacy after ostomy surgery and may be confronting issues su view more
Odor Control for Ostomy Bags
Having an ostomy takes a matter of time to get used to and to find out about new important odor view more
Ostomy Self-Acceptance
Ostomy Self-Acceptance
Aside from a new physiological condition, a patient’s self-perception and acceptance after ostomy su view more
Ostomy: Basics, Skin Care and Nursing
Ostomy: Basics, Skin Care and Nursing
An ostomy is a surgery in which an opening is made in the abdominal wall to allow the discharge of view more
When Do You Need to Use Stoma Paste
When Do You Need to Use Stoma Paste?
Sometimes, Ostomates have stoma leakage issues because their wafers do not completely adhere to a pa view more
Parastomal Hernia Repair
There are different options for open surgical parastomal hernia repair. Your surgeon will select one view more