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Sonya Goins 21h
Praise God! I get to eat real food for dinner. I haven't been able to consume food on and off for two years. I want to cry happy tears.
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The Patient Coach Program 4h
" is also very common for ostomates, so I try to avoid foods/drinks that are diuretics, and I make sure to drink electrolyte containing fluids. This can be challenging- coffee is a staple for me, but it goes right thru me." -Charlotte Rensberger,
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Coloplast UK & Ireland Jan 14
The SenSura® Mio Convex is designed with individual bodies in mind to provide a secure fit over uneven or inward areas while allowing you to bend & stretch with comfort. Available in 3 depths of convexity:
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Pelican Healthcare 20m
Returning to work after surgery can be a daunting scenario, but with some patience and preparation, you'll soon feel confident in the workplace. Take a read of Amy's () experience of work-life with a stoma:
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The Patient Coach Program Jan 13
"After my ostomy surgery the most important piece of paper I went home from the hospital with was my 6-week post-op dietary restriction sheet. It detailed both what I could and could not eat for the first 6 weeks post-surgery." -Ryan Stevens,
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The Patient Coach Program Jan 15
"Every patient has different foods that they can't tolerate. By introducing foods slowly after surgery and keeping track of the foods that sit well, and the ones that don’t, you may be able to save yourself some pain and discomfort." -Charlotte Rensberger,
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MyCrohnsBlog 6h
Feeling inspired to write a blog this afternoon.
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Amy - #stomabags 👩🏻‍💻💜💚 8h
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The Patient Coach Program Jan 16
"As I added foods successfully, my confidence began to grow and I felt more comfortable eating larger portions of riskier foods. Today I eat whatever I want to eat, but I’m always the last one to finish because I chew chew chew!" -Karin Camposagrado,
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Trio Ostomy Care Jan 16
Are you trying to improve your diet and lifestyle this year? Then check out our latest factsheet about eating well for your ostomy
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Brian Greenberg - The Spoonie Ironman 1h
I can understand the outrage about this. There have been comments about in the past which have upset me in a variety of ways. There are so many different challenges we need to accept them all.
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The Patient Coach Program Jan 12
"As a new , I ate a bite or two of a new food, made sure to chew really well, and then waited to see if I’d get a blockage. After some trial and error, I found that I could still enjoy all of my favorite foods with my ." -Karin Camposagrado,
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Amy - #stomabags 👩🏻‍💻💜💚 Jan 15
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Louise Helen Hunt Jan 14
“For those with uneven skin around their stoma, ... maintaining a secure seal is sometimes difficult. Seals can be used to even out the peristomal skin to ensure a leak proof surface.” Do you use a seal in your routine?
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Empowering Patients, LLC • Alison Jan 12
: If use clip-end pouches, keep clips. I switch mine out, deep clean prev each time I put on freshy, & also occasional deeper alcohol clean. Steps: 1-check clip integrity 2-put in lid container, put some alcohol, gently shake, sit few mins 3-dump liquid, air dry
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Brian Greenberg - The Spoonie Ironman 1h
Some cool tech coming to help us manage and improve our health. The future is arriving.
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Brian Greenberg - The Spoonie Ironman 58m
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Rakhee Patel 2h
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No You Cantcer 3h
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Katie May ✨ 9h
Do you struggle eating high fibre foods with your stoma? I've written a little guide for helping you digest those more fibrous foods 🥗
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