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Michael Dee  : aillse beò Jul 13
I don’t “look “ disabled but I have a and a colostomy bag that need disposed of . It’s awkward and logistically difficult to use a standard loo . If you think I shouldn’t be using a disabled loo . Just put your hand up and I will give you the bag . No charge .
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Louise Helen Hunt 15h
Today was one of those changes where you’re trying to beat active output.
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Stomanner Jul 17
Do you whoop positive tweets about ? shares your exciting stories and videos for 'better living with...' into our community. ĐḁḯỈỵ tweets, retweets or comments (positive or negative). WὲὲḵḮɣ videos - sharing your videos! 🔎 'stomanner' on
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Coloplast UK Jul 11
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glitterygutsx Jul 14
tried softly cooked carrots tonight. safe to say my does not like them!
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Sophie Beaumont Jul 14
Love spending my whole Sunday losing bagful after bagful of water, chugging ribena dioralyte, with stomach cramps and nausea. 👌
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Sardaran Carol Ahmed Jul 17
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ileostomy on tour Jul 17
Just love setting up for events especially in places like this 😀🎉 was on my mind today as after 10hrs in the heat I added extra electrolyte tablets to my water & protein bar & porridge for lunch 😀
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Rebecca 11h
So thankful for my twitter-ostomy friends. Great to meet 😎
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Louise Helen Hunt Jul 9
The last few days while I’ve been enjoying life again; but I’ve not been as proactive with my bag changes, becoming more “reactive” and it’s led to sore skin 🙁 Q: do you find climate changes affect your appliance?
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StomaWoman Jul 11
Some people here are really upset about their new stomas. I really want to say it’ll be alright and help them somehow. Coming from me though, who’s in here having had a reversal, I don’t know if that’s good or bad.
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ColostomyUK 22h
The skin around your stoma should look similar to the skin on the rest of your body. One major cause of broken, red or irritated skin is leakage, so what causes leakages and how can you avoid them?
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ColostomyUK 12h
One of the great things about the ostomy community is how people share their experiences and advice. Here Rosemary talks about how she deals with leakage.
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Meet An OstoMate Jul 17
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ColostomyUK 18h
Colostomy UK have amazing volunteers who answer our 24/7 stoma helpline. If you want to talk to someone who has been through the same issues, had the same condition, is the same age or sex then we can match you up with a suitable volunteer. 0800 328 4257
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Team Colostomy UK Jul 17
The Mid Devon, & York support groups are the most recent beneficiaries of our chair yoga. 🧘🏽‍♀️ Did you know that since 2016 we have delivered more than 150 free physical activity sessions 🏃‍♂️ to over 2500 ostomates? Find out more here
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IBD Relief Jul 17
Colectomy with surgery removes all or part of the colon & creates a with your small intestine...
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Coloplast Canada Jul 16
: 6 steps to healthy skin around your stoma 👉
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ColostomyUK Jul 16
Do you run a venue and want to ensure it's accessible to everyone? People who have had surgery need extra consideration so as to change their bag. To find out more about the issue and how you can help by downloading our guide.
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The Patient Coach Program Jul 16
"As a Gastroenterology nurse, I have helped many patients with skin irritation. In turn, this has helped me learn what works best for me. When changing my , the fewer products I use, the better." -Rhonda Hayes, 💜 How do you prevent skin irritation?
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