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Lisa Allison Dec 9
It was great to be involved - I look very serious! Concentrating on a key area for all those with a stoma
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Max 22h
I share photos from garden to help bring a smile 😊 to everyone especially those travelling the same road as me
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MyCrohnsBlog Dec 10
Seeing my surgeon today to start the ball rolling for next round of surgery. If I didn’t have an ileostomy I’d be crapping myself.
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Trisha Bundy Dec 11
You have got to be kidding me!! Finally, felt like I was making my way out of the funk I've been in over past few months. Only to wake up to new issues today. Awake since 1 a.m. unable to sleep for some unknown reason & now have pain & pretty sure a semi-blockage
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MPW Dec 4
Part 1 of 2 for my contribution to . diagnosed 13/4/2018, op. 11/09/2018. Started studying history at uni 17/09/2019.
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MyCrohnsBlog Dec 11
Upon seeing my consultant surgeon today he said “you look well, last time I saw you I thought you looked like shit” hahaha he’s Irish lol....
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αℓℓу 🪐 Dec 9
Art by [@]EmjayUC on Instagram. Next GI doc visit is on the 20th to see how well I’ve healed. Positive vibes in the meantime. 💖
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Danielle 🌹 #VoteLabour 🌹 18h
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Ironostomy Dec 9
Sunday morning shenanigans. Milton Keynes Winter Half Marathon done despite a recent lack of mojo!
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Azmina Rose Dec 11
I rarely eat when not at home - noisy stoma but also the need to empty my bag frequently after eating which is a nuisance at work (am AHP staff). I’ve had my for many years now and just got used to eating 1 meal/day at home at night. Everyone’s different though...
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⋆ C a s é ⋆ Dec 9
Well I started my today for my diagnosis I was given last week after months of me and my stoma not being buds...AND let’s just say that stuff is disgusting but I’ve drank worse..🤮
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Sahara Fleetwood-Beresford 🐝💩 Dec 7
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davejoyner Dec 5
Replying to @davejoyner
In April 2019 I went for an operation at St Thomas’ to reconnect my small and large bowel. I’d been living quite happily with an since May 2018 following surgery to remove cancer from my rectum 2/
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Lorna Hicks Dec 3
New jab called take lid off and just hold onto skin and it does it all itself.
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Squall Lisa Leonhart Dec 4
This is by far the most painful surgery so far
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Awesome Ostomy 17h
Ostomy 101 App in 90 seconds. Empowering patients, Supporting WOCNs, Connecting companies to consumers. FREE. Is your company listed?
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Meet An OstoMate Dec 10
“To ileostomy or not to ileostomy? ... need advice.” ☛
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MPW Dec 11
Are there any out there with an ? I’m after some advice, if possible.
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Meet An OstoMate Dec 11
Check out this interesting topic: “Outdoor pouch emptying” ☛
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Sarah Dec 10
2/2 Have "non-active Proctitis" but it wasn't as bad as it has been this week and it's concerning to me. I don't want to go down that road if I'm just going to cause myself more issues. I am so tired of worrying about this, I just want to be healthy.
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